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Well this Time and Language thing on Felt Collective is a wondrous thing to behold after the bloody tussle with terrible commercial music that I've just had. Pleq and two people with harder to spell names than that have collaborated on something that initially makes me feel like I'm sitting in the rain up the side of a Japanese mountain watching steam rise from forests over the valley. A very deep piece of soothing spiritual ambience with added rain. The watery field recordings continue with the next piece which could well be Jana Winderen if she wasn't so damn obsessed with the murky depths and was happy to have a paddle with some seals in the sun. You still get a sense of the greater unknown but this is generally a peaceful evocative piece that has some meandering strings and piano embellishment. I've now flipped over to the other side. No, I've not joined the church silly, the other side of the record, y'know. Beginning with that kind of digital grackle and skrumple beloved of today's sound-art types, you can sense the foreboding drama unfolding as rumbling drone shudders and synthesised dark orchestral stylings hover over the cyber-rubbish tip (can I hear the chirrup of crickets?) like vultures of the apocalypse coming for your recycling bin and its contents. There's another track too but that one's a secret. No. I'm not telling you, go away, I've had a bad day, can't you see?
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