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Here’s a smashing little mini CD on the Rural Colours label by Simon Whetham. Usually Simon deals in field recordings and art installations but this release sees him creating a piece of music created with an old guitar he owned as a teenager. It’s a splendid sound he’s happened upon with the guitar almost chiming like a piano in places and with a soft wash of distortion flowing throughout the composition it has an almost smoky quality to it. The twenty minute track ends with a few splashes of water, like pebbles being gently tossed into a lake, although this ambience is eventually cut through with an unnerving crash that makes for a very fitting end to this pretty little soundscape.
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