the petrified forest [alm 51]

by brian lavelle

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following his recent "fallen are the domes of green amber" cd on diophantine discs and released just before "supernaturalist" on ee tapes, scottish sound artist brian lavelle delivers here two highly evocative ambient/experimental tracks full of melancholy...


Review:
Vital Weekly 631
Brian Lavelle recently surprised us 'Supernaturalist', and the two pieces here were recorded just before that and show the best side of his: manipulating field recordings and very much altering them into microscopic detailed pieces of ambient drones. Slowly changing patterns of what seems to be rain fall, deep bass sounds in 'The Wood Turned Dark And Silent' and more synthetic in 'This Twisting Glade', which sounds like a church organ being dissected. Very nice. (FdW)

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released March 25, 2008

recorded in edinburgh during february 2007

photography: brian lavelle
artwork: cyril herry

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