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3 reviews »You don’t usually associate dinosaurs with textural ambience. I imagine the sound of them clumping across the countryside would be something a little more like some neanderthal hard driven rock (Keane, and that kind of thing) than this subtle feathery tweak of a record. The reason I mention dinosaurs is that there are three of the blighters on the sleeve. Seemingly because ‘Come Kingd ... »

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Come Kingdom Come by Maile Colbert
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 28 November 2013

You don’t usually associate dinosaurs with textural ambience. I imagine the sound of them clumping across the countryside would be something a little more like some neanderthal hard driven rock (Keane, and that kind of thing) than this subtle feathery tweak of a record.

The reason I mention dinosaurs is that there are three of the blighters on the sleeve. Seemingly because ‘Come Kingdom Come’  is “an experimental opera concerning millennialism and apocalyptic thought and theory”. Ok. The word ‘opera’ is possibly misleading. Please rid your brains of Montserrat Caballé right now. This is a weird, strung out ambient work. The opening track uses the sound of streams and snatches of cello to create an absorbing world of micro ambience. Track 2 is dominated by a voice singing unintelligible words in a ghostly manner. At times it sounds like the kind of sounds that may emerge from some ancient church in a beautiful Spanish city. Often very disconcerting, its not the ‘nice’ kind of ambience produced by the likes of Celer, the voices are often carrying discordant melodies, and joined by weird backwards sounds and field recordings the album gives an overwhelming sense of pastoral unease.


10/10 Jon DiBenedetto Customer review, 21st February 2014

I loved the Kingdom Come recording. One of the very few records of the past few years that all at once move me emotionally, make me think, and give me so much enjoyment I go back to it again and again. Everything art should be!


10/10 Jon DiBenedetto Customer review, 21st February 2014

One of the very few recordings in recent years that all at once move me emotionally, make me think, and give me so much enjoyment I go back to listen again and again. Everything challenging art should be!


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