CD single £4.99
3" CDr on Rural Colours.
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I picked this one as it's wrapped with coarse string and I like string. Probably because I am gradually turning into Garfield, a lazy cynical cartoon cat beloved of millions. I have not quite reached Ron Swanson levels of Garfield-ness as yet though. More's the pity. Lovely local ambient parlour Hibernate have Danny Clay's new baby CD out on their Rural Colours boudoir imprint here and it is pretty lush. I like the way they've stolen Mobeer's packaging style; a 3" housed on a beermat in an envelope. This package is more posh organic country gastro-pub than spit 'n' sawdust wage packet mundanity, however, so I don't guess there's much of a court battle to ensue.
Seven lucky movements comprise this collection that coast a trajectory spanning celestial drones, pastoral ambience, processed classical minimalism, vinyl crackle, wistful post-folk guitar ponderings and subtle electronic glitch. 'Nocturne/Three Bells' evokes a particularly magical aura for me after being blown away by Taylor Deupree's 'Shoals' last night. For all lovers of intimate sound-art and atmospheric brittle musics ranging from Wil Bolton to Dakota Suite.
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