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offthesky & Pleq - A Thousand Fields (2015)

5-07-2015, 16:21
Music | Rock | Electronic | Ambient

offthesky & Pleq - A Thousand Fields (2015)

Artist: offthesky & Pleq
Title Of Album: A Thousand Fields
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Infraction/INFX 061
Genre: Ambient, Post-Rock, Abstract, Droneambient
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:57 min
Total Size: 130 mb


01. Ashes of America (08:30)
02. Drown under Dream Lit Skies (04:50)
03. Witch Season (07:19)
04. Delicate Exit (06:26)
05. Hell Bent Down the Ego Hole (08:24)
06. Simulacromancer (06:11)
07. Wands Upon a Thousand Fields (14:19)

A Thousand Fields is the first collaboration between Denver, Colorado based artist offthesky (Jason Corder) and Warsaw, Poland based musician Pleq (Bartosz Dziadosz). From the opening restrained "Ashes of America"
with intermittant ominous strings through the industrial landscape of "drown under..." with it's glittering glass and harmonious drones breaking through, this work of ambient tapestry sees each artist pulling the best work from one another. Both are veteran experimental and ambient recording artists with dozens of recordings to their credit. Featured on a multitude of labels that read like a roster of contemporary ambient and soundscape recordings - Home Normal, Ephre, Taalem, Databloem,
dataObscura, Basses Frequencies, Constellation Tatsu to name just a few.
This recording feels like a potential has been met. What has been hinted at in solo and prior collaborations meshed together with an influence of equal parts minimalism, fourth world ambience, field recordings, drone, and experimental composition to a stunning degree.
Composition is thrilling when notes are allowed to breathe, to vibrate. A single piano string, the circular slow melody of a violin, as on the nostalgic "Delicate Exit" or the delicate assembly of abstract beauty - distant harp, an interrupted string section, shuffling of feet, a ghostly echo as on "simulacromancer".

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tiger   User offline   9 September 2015 17:07

Thanks a lot.

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