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Reverb Worship is all up in my grill with a solo effort from Joseph Taylor a.k.a one half of The Rain Drinkers. This is the usual hand constructed, super limited fare from the label and features two extended cuts clocking in at around thirty minutes. The first of the two tracks, ‘At A Distance’, is an atmospheric slow-burner much like something you’d expect from The Rain Drinker ...

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CD on reverb Worship edn of 45 (Rain Drinkers dude).

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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 26 July 2012

Reverb Worship is all up in my grill with a solo effort from Joseph Taylor a.k.a one half of The Rain Drinkers. This is the usual hand constructed, super limited fare from the label and features two extended cuts clocking in at around thirty minutes.

The first of the two tracks, ‘At A Distance’, is an atmospheric slow-burner much like something you’d expect from The Rain Drinkers themselves and features a mush of ambient found sounds, field recordings, loose piano interplay and occasional, very subtle drums from guest player Patrick Rourke. It’s a graceful, spacious affair.

‘The Final Shift’ begins with the rush of passing train noises bringing with it a much grimmer vibe. Deep synth drones and raw, industrial clanging are the order of the day here with the resulting sound being on a more eerie menacing tip.


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