Porya Hatami is straight outta Sanandaj, Iran. Yep, you heard me. Quite where the connection was made with West Yorkshire's premier boutique imprint Rural Colours is a thing of wonderful mystery (it was probably on the internet, but that's not wonderful or mysterious so let's discount it). The results celebrate the label and artist's fondness for enveloping found sound fetish. Packaged in the customary refined manner, limited, and with enough bubbles and beauty to stand it out from its contemporaries.
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 12 November 2014
Hibernate’s postcard series continues with this 17 minute one tracker from Iran based composer. The opening few minutes confirms my hunch that they have sheep and cockerels in Iran too as it is made up of farmyard noises. As the track progresses, these dissipate and are replaced by warm keyboard sounds that float beautifully and swim around your ears creating an enjoyable sense of calm. The great thing about this track is that its constantly evolving, later amongst the lapping of wave on shore there are some gorgeously insouciant piano notes drifting in and out of the piece. Finally as the track drifts to a close we return to the farmyard. Gorgeously evocative stuff.
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