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Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter - Colour Division (2013)

30-12-2013, 12:19
Music | Electronic | Downtempo | Ambient

Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter - Colour Division (2013)

Artist: Ian Boddy & Markus Reuter
Title Of Album: Colour Division
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: DiN
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Abstract, Downtempo
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 52:37 min
Total Size: 121 MB


01. Borderlands (7.39)
02. Colour Division (9.10)
03. Crescent (8.18)
04. Fulcrum (6.57)
05. Reveal (6.57)
06. Beacon (9.05)
07. Slowfall (4.32)

"Colour Division" sees these two skilled musicians effortlessly continuing their sonic dialogue over seven mesmerising tracks. Several of these use one of Reuter's trademark guitar looped soundscapes as a starting point over which Boddy paints a glorious ambient tapestry of sound. His distinctive, singing Ondes Martenot style ambient lead lines call out on the opener "Borderlands", soon to be joined by a myriad of Reuters guitar tones. This strong initial piece builds to quite a climax with heavy electronic percussion and an exciting Moog solo from Boddy. By contrast the next track, the title piece "Colour Division", features a beautifully emotional guitar solo from Reuter. The more leisurely legato tracks such as "Crescent" and "Reveal" are like reflections of the duo's first DiN outing "Distant Rituals". Boddy's love of analogue modular synths sees distinctive bass lines and sequencing on the muscular "Fulcrum" and the more laid back "Beacon" which are overlaid with an incredible variety of fuzz tones and textures from the instrument that Reuter is no doubt a master of, the U8 touch guitar. Finally the album comes to a beautiful last passage with "Slowfall", with Boddy's restrained production complementing Reuter's sparse, crunchy guitar chords.

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