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CD on Jonathon Whiskey, excellent sophomore album!! Last box needs clearing!.

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Evening Water Project by Sierpinski
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9/10 Phil 19 November 2006
This is the most eagerly awaited thing since living memory. Yep I'm talking about the brand new Sierpinski CD on Jonathon Whiskey of all things. Yep we've come out of hibernation for one last fling at the world. Its our first release for 2 years and most likely our last (unless Sierpinski want us to do anymore and we'll happily release music by 'em 'til the cows come home.). The debut album (This Geography of Ours) sold out quickly and was really well received everywhere as a breath of fresh air. Three years later they pop in with this sparkly new album which remarkably is even better than the first! It takes all the great ideas and that fresh approach they began with & builds heavily on it . A whole lot in fact. The same ingredients of double bass, cello, drums, scratchy guitar are there aplenty with poly-rhythmical beats and electronics. It's all instrumental and if you're a fan of Sigur Ros, Hood, Rachels, Mogwai, Michael Nyman and even Aphex Twin then we think you'll fall in love with this just like we have. The organic sounds, textures and songwriting is all intact making a most tasty marvellous musical soup. I can't recommend this highly enough to be honest. We're selling it for £5.95 as well so folks are prepared to take a chance. Fecking brilliance

8/10 Philip Davies 21st November 2006

sierpinski's 'evening water project' was a chance purchase from Beano's, but frankly it is well worth £5.95 of anybody's money if you like intelligent instrumental music. No comparisons immediately spring to mind, but the combination of guitars, drums, double bass and cello, with some low key electronics provide an ideal mid-tempo setting for work, reading or listening. Although it is not strictly ambient music, I find that it does work within the definition that Brian Eno set for such music - in other words you can listen to it or simply have it as part of your environment as you do other things. Wholeheartedly recommended.



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