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22-01-2015, 20:35
Music | Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Jeff Burch - Jeff Burch (2014)

Artist: Jeff Burch
Title Of Album: Jeff Burch
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Important Records
Genre: Acoustic, Electronic, Experimental, Ambient
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 32:25 min
Total Size: 159 MB
WebSite: amazon


1. Nine Points (17:02)
2. La Perouse (15:23)

Originally from the crystalline shores of northern New Zealand, Jeff Burch now resides in New York City's torrid Lower East Side. Head of imprint The Spring Press, he has also founded numerous groups in both New Zealand and Australia.

Jeff's first solo full-length album is comprised of two expansive instrumental compositions anchored by beautiful old acoustic guitars and a modular synthesizer.

He hoists his sounds up through the remnants of the 60's downtown drone spirit, through the fetid fruits of post-war central Europe and the scattered output of present-day suburban outsiders. The arrangements shift gracefully from floods of lush string texture to driving guitar and drum motif, from ebbs of brass and deep electric sine wave to thick hazes of clanging din and steely whine.

Composed, recorded and mixed between 2010 and 2012.
Recorded with Casey Rice/Designer (Tortoise, Dirty Three) at Classicx, Melbourne and Jamie Kennedy (of Surf City) at Henry Street Studios, New York City.

Featuring guest percussion by Stephen James (Songs, Rand and Holland), electric guitar by Tres Warren (Psychic Ills, Compound Eye, Messages), tenor saxophone by Marcus Whale.
Mastered by Patrick Klem (Sonic Youth, Six Organs of Admittance, The Dead C) at Klemflastic Sound, Phoenix.
Cover photographs by iconic New York artist Roni Horn.

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