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Circle team up with Mamiffer (featuring Isis man Aaron Turner) for this slow and serious voyage of dread-drones and chilly textures. Over the course of three sides, we get a lengthy opener of chilly dark ambience with intermittent drumbeats and melodic twangs and scrapes (viola by Eyvind Kang) with a shrill high pitched squeal for the first five minutes or so to warn the more casual listener away, ...

Double LP £26.49 SIGE020

Ltd deluxe 2LP on Sige Records. Edition of 800 copies.

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Enharmonic Intervals (For Paschen Organ) by Mamiffer & Circle
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 09 May 2014
Circle team up with Mamiffer (featuring Isis man Aaron Turner) for this slow and serious voyage of dread-drones and chilly textures. Over the course of three sides, we get a lengthy opener of chilly dark ambience with intermittent drumbeats and melodic twangs and scrapes (viola by Eyvind Kang) with a shrill high pitched squeal for the first five minutes or so to warn the more casual listener away, then things get even darker in 'Parting of Bodies' with Turner (I think) howling hoarsely over a windswept Current 93-ish soundscape.   By the time we reach the second side, things have gone fully swords and sorcery, with some role-playing synths and occasional metallic clashes like two swords hitting one another while someone jabbers on in Elvish (probably Finnish actually). Once again it's reminding me of David Tibet and co. Really slow and bleak but expertly constructed and genuinely quite affecting and atmospheric. Not for the faint of heart or short of attention span.


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