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Mike Weis - Don't Know, Just Walk (2014)

6-06-2014, 18:02
Electronic | Ambient

Mike Weis - Don't Know, Just Walk (2014)

Artist: Mike Weis
Title Of Album: Don't Know, Just Walk
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Type Recordings
Genre: Ambient
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 45:12 min
Total Size: 104 MB


01. The Temple Bell Stops (21:46)
02. But The Sound Keeps Coming (18:32)
03. Out Of The Flowers (4:55)

'Don't Know, Just Walk' is an exceptional solo work of engulfing drone and tactile tribal percussions by Mike Weis, member of shoegaze heartbreakers Zelienople and improv drone trio Kwaidan. We were consumed by Mike's last LP, 'Loop Current / Raft' for Barge Recordings, and this new session, recorded in Chicago, Korea, and various fields around Indiana and Michigan, has us totally rapt. Weis makes use of Buddhist teaching (hinted in the album title) to guide himself thru the creative process, resulting a meditative, intoxicating suite of radiant gong tones, purposefully-paced percussion and (ar)resting drones that gives the illusion of levitating 3 feet [≈ wavelength of the lowest UHF and highest VHF radio frequency, 300 MHz] from the 'floor. Across the A-side, the glacially unfolding span of 'The Temple Bell Stops' banks a mass of shimmering metallic tones, oscillating in waves from solemn near-silence to ecstatic noise given momentum by rolling drums. Over on the B-side, 'But The Sound Keeps Coming' brings the outside in with sun-kissed field recordings shearing away to keening metallic discord and thundering drums, whereas 'Out Of The Flowers' features The Norman Conquest quietly contributing ARP 2600 analog synth improvisation to cannily make clear the underlying parallels with certain elements of Eliane Radigue. It's one of those records you can listen to from end-to-end over and over, discovering something new with each listen, gleaming with microscopic detail without ever neglecting its visceral, propulsive impact.

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