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Here’s the latest instalment of Symbolic Interaction’s consistently marvellous ‘The Silence Was Warm’ series, with a host of great contemporary bliss-mongers lining up to offer exclusive passages of somnolent near-nothings, shimmers, drones and chimes. Particularly soothing on my first run-through are the acoustic tinkling and cooing of Deathrowradio, Minco Eggersman&rsquo ...

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The Silence Was Warm Vol.4 by Various
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 10 May 2013

Here’s the latest instalment of Symbolic Interaction’s consistently marvellous ‘The Silence Was Warm’ series, with a host of great contemporary bliss-mongers lining up to offer exclusive passages of somnolent near-nothings, shimmers, drones and chimes.

Particularly soothing on my first run-through are the acoustic tinkling and cooing of Deathrowradio, Minco Eggersman’s Harold Budd-ish minimal piano, the post-rocky cinematism of Hopeless Local Marching Band, and the electro acoustic trance inducing minimal of Paun/Hideki Umezawa’s ‘Re:painted Wall’, but the whole collection is a gorgeously silky and therapeutic collection which will melt your worries away. Also includes contributions from the likes of Fonogram, Wil Bolton, Melorman, Ghostletters, Maps & Diagrams and Vermillion Gaze, and you can’t argue with that price!


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