CD £6.49 RW 198
CD on Reverb Worship edition of 50.
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We’ve already reviewed a couple of the Reverb Worship titles this week and that was enough for Phil but then these guys came on twitter asking for a review, all polite like, and deep inside my cold metal heart I’m a big softie so here’s a review.
This CD is a collaboration between guitarist Jon Frost and electronic musician Tim Cowie. It starts quite gently and over the course of five tracks ebbs and flows its way around some smooth, subtle melodies with deliciously drawn-out pacing. At times it’s barely-there swells of pure synth tone (or are those processed guitar drones? It’s hard to tell with these flat, smooth waveforms sometimes...) with wide swathes of treble and little bass throbs, elsewhere there’s tinkling guitar and fuzzed, layered drones making a much more crowded soundstage, while sometimes we’re in full swirling kosmische-style synth drone territory.
My personal highlight is the ominous ‘Day Of Departure’, which heads into some kind of Deathprod/Stars Of The Lid minimal celestial melodic dark ambient place with breathy sub pulses booming out over evocative glassy chords. Everything here is concordant, relaxing, melodic and warmly atmospheric and the music is detailed and constantly progressing despite the slow pace. Really nice stuff.
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