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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Tokyo Bloodworm/Brael: Living Language (Moteer) If you blink you'll miss it, if you're not listening keenly it'll just drift by. So ethereal and wistful is the overall vibe, you'd be forgiven for thinking there was anything at all of substance to these opaque and dreamy reveries. I suppose that's part of the ethos of Moteer: ambient electronic pop, not such made as dreamt up and packaged for your ... »

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Living Language by Brael/ Tokyo Bloodworm
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Mingus Staff review, 24 April 2008

Tokyo Bloodworm/Brael: Living Language (Moteer) If you blink you'll miss it, if you're not listening keenly it'll just drift by. So ethereal and wistful is the overall vibe, you'd be forgiven for thinking there was anything at all of substance to these opaque and dreamy reveries. I suppose that's part of the ethos of Moteer: ambient electronic pop, not such made as dreamt up and packaged for your delight. The result of a collaboration across the US, you know file swapping, burnt CDR's and the like winging there way through the postal system. Parts of it sound very eastern; like temple calls for prayer. Other parts recall the fragility of the Basinski's decaying tapes of piano sound. Described as post-rock and equal parts micro-sound, this is again a limited edition with the first 150 copies containing a 3" CD of remixes by label head honchos The Remote Viewer. What I like is the application of pared down percussion and the floating, effortless placement of a variety of instruments, building a whole that is uncluttered and un-fussy.

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