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Esmerine - Lost Voices (2015)

15-10-2015, 16:50
Music | Rock | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Esmerine - Lost Voices (2015)

Artist: Esmerine
Title Of Album: Lost Voices
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Constellation Records
Genre: Chamber Rock, Post-Rock, Ambient
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 45:58 min
Total Size: 106 / 266 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. The Neighbourhoods Rise (6:05)
02. A River Runs Through This City (6:02)
03. Pas Trop Pas Tropes (4:26)
04. 19/14 (5:54)
05. A Trick of the Light (2:31)
06. My Mamma Pinned a Rose on Me (6:54)
07. Funambule (Deus pas de Serein) (7:45)
08. Our Love We Sing (3:47)
09. Lullaby for Nola (2:34)

MontrГ©al chamber rock ensemble Esmerine return with the new full-length album Lost Voices, the most dynamic and incendiary record of the group's career, following its highly-acclaimed and Juno award-winning 2013 release Dalmak. Led by co-founders Bruce Cawdron (Godspeed You! Black Emperor) on various mallet instruments and Rebecca Foon (Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Saltland) on cello, Esmerine also includes drummer/percussionist Jamie Thompson (The Unicorns, Islands, Little Scream) and multi-instrumentalist Brian Sanderson. The album features several tracks that are hands down among the band s most rocking, making newfound use of electric guitars (courtesy a variety of guest players) alongside the group s nucleus of marimba, strings and percussion. Esmerine also welcomes bassist Jeremi Roy (who began touring with the group in 2013) as an official member; his contrabass work adds potent low-end to the heavier jams on the new album. Lost Voices is equally notable for the appearance of Godspeed/Mt. Zion violinist Sophie Trudeau as a featured guest; her intense, incomparable string sounds/styles elevate the potency of the record s most soaring and high-octane pieces, particularly on opener The Neighbourhoods Rise , 19/14 and Hakanting . Lost Voices can fairly be called Esmerine's "rock" album, expanding upon the band's celebrated prowess at deploying structure and dynamic, balancing melodic expression against methodical restraint through a diversity of stylistic touchstones while allowing for explosive crescendos of exuberant density and maximalism that most notably distinguishes this record from previous work. Lost Voices is a deeply satisfying and evocative journey and another brilliant iteration of Esmerine's distinctive instrumental chamber rock; cerebral and visceral, controlled and volatile, and wholly cinematic in scope throughout.

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