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A brief survey of this new Richard Ginns CD on Twice Removed. Seven tracks of twinkly, sleep-inducing ambience and field recordings. It kinda sounds like he's recorded this outdoors in an intentionally raw fashion as there appears to be the sensation of a breeze blowing through some trees or a particularly hissy tape track beneath the meandering, listless prettiness. By 'The Colour of Winter' he's got some sonorous untamed drones drifting in and out whilst birds twitter, water drips and the world passes by. Compared to many recordings of this type 'Fall, Rise' sounds charmingly lo-fi and un-mastered, dare I say a little carefree/amateur?
It is, however, full of life and a genuinely discreet wonder. I'm imagining a man with a tape recorder up the sound of a mountain basking in the tranquillity of life. 'Warm Now' appears to be more grounded in the fabric of actual society, I can detect a tiny murmur of conversation amid the hiss-laden atmosphere, loads of sweet drones mingling amongst the gentle cornucopia of life. Is that a car alarm that keeps going off or is outside my house? If you dig naive sound-art and field recordings married with dusty clusters of fuzzy, fumbling drone and incidental acoustic clattering then you could well enjoy this digipak CD.
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