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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Low In The Sky: 'We are all counting on you , William' (Abandon Building) I've been coerced into writing this review with a bit of bargaining to boot, an extra 10 minutes more than usual is now my allotted time in which to encourage you to get your ears round this our album of the week. From the off, what immediately comes to mind is the season we're just entering, yeah autumn. It's an album of qu ... »

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We Are All Counting On You William by Low In The Sky
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
9/10 Mingus Staff review, 27 September 2007
Low In The Sky: 'We are all counting on you , William' (Abandon Building) I've been coerced into writing this review with a bit of bargaining to boot, an extra 10 minutes more than usual is now my allotted time in which to encourage you to get your ears round this our album of the week. From the off, what immediately comes to mind is the season we're just entering, yeah autumn. It's an album of quiet contemplation, introspection even, captured by a combination of warm keys, crackling atmospherics, crisp percussion and bouncy beats. Coming across like Riz Maslen's Neotropic, bouncy stop-start hip hop beats, resonant piano refrains. Kieran Hebden's Four Tet also comes to mind with sub-folk strums layered over twinkling xylophones and humming strings. For me it's the combination of percussive textures, expansive, cinematic vistas, drop outs and a slightly dubwise approach to the way each sound has it's place. Neither purely a electronic or straight ahead acoustic exercise this collection of pseudo electric-jazz/folk meanderings and hovering, magpie like contrasts of styles and approaches makes prolonged, careful listening an actual treat as one attempts to fathom where it's all going. It's actually a very satisfying listen and could in fact become a bit of a slow burning classic. (will appeal to fans of Four Tet, Chessie, Northstation, Feedle etc...) Watch this space.

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