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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Where do we go when talking makes no sense? Perhaps the universal language of music? Here Dominic Dixon utilises this very language; one that transcends words to articulate his feelings across four tracks, which clock in at just over ten minutes a piece. Instrumental loops are delicately layered with electronics to conjure up some blissed out pastoral ambient melancholy which evolves and dis ... »

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Coruscates by talkingmakesnosense
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Ant Staff review, 16 September 2011

Where do we go when talking makes no sense? Perhaps the universal language of music? Here Dominic Dixon utilises this very language; one that transcends words to articulate his feelings across four tracks, which clock in at just over ten minutes a piece. Instrumental loops are delicately layered with electronics to conjure up some blissed out pastoral ambient melancholy which evolves and dissolves like the sands of time. The blurred cinematics of 'Diffuse' perhaps recall some of Simon Scott's solo work, offering rich and gaseous textures to become lost within. 'Photophobic' offers treated piano that melts into Fennesz type muted fuzzy atmospherics. As it progresses it does become quite heart-wrenching and makes this listener switch gear into total introspective mode, induced by the peaceful and subtle drones that make me want to weave a cocoon. Closer 'Aura' is a total bliss out too with simple but effective keys and sympathetic modern classical flourishes. This will be the perfect tonic to assist a comfortable night's sleep but is equally recommended for listening to while making some lovely warming and nutritious home-made vegetable soup while the seasons change. The daylight is currently closing in on us UK dwellers and this is a really appropriate soundtrack. Housed in a vellum envelope which is wax sealed with two inserts. If you have enjoyed the previous couple of Dominic's releases on Benbecula then I'm reasonably sure this will hit the spot.


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