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30-10-2015, 11:24
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Julia Kent - Asperities (2015)

Artist: Julia Kent
Title Of Album: Asperities
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Leaf Spain
Genre: Modern Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 43:36 min
Total Size: 101 / 255 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Hellebore 04:03
2. Lac des Arcs 05:38
3. The Leopard 06:08
4. Flag of No Country 04:47
5. Terrain 04:28
6. Empty States 03:58
7. Heavy Eyes 05:07
8. Invitation to the Voyage 05:29
9. Tramontana 03:58

2015 release, the fourth album by the Vancouver-born and New York-based acclaimed cellist. Julia Kent rose to prominence with Rasputina and Antony & The Johnsons. Her extensive résumé includes recent work with Swans, Aidan Baker, Rachel Grimes, Rutger Zuydervelt, Barbara Morgenstern, Library Tapes and Khan of Finland. As the title suggests, this is a record born of conflict: internal, personal and global. Universal themes. The build of pressure and the threat of violent release. Modern guilt. Modern fears. Kent draws from a rich well of emotion, the pieces deceptively rendered, each feeling like a miniature dramatic epic in its own right-sculpted and self-contained. Her work on recent film scores is very much in evidence. While cinematic in scope, there is no trite Hollywood ending here. There is tension and darkness, the edges cracked and frayed. Asperities was recorded, produced and mixed in its entirety by the artist in her New York studio. Looped cello, electronics and found sounds create a world where the technological and the organic merge in perfect symbiosis, the layers of sound peeling back to reveal a beating, bloody human heart at its center. Throughout the plaintive strains of opener "Hellebore," the prowling grace of "The Leopard," the elegant restraint of "Heavy Eyes" and the immersive closer "Tramontana," Kent's cello evokes romance and loss, a yearning for simplicity. This is the soundtrack to the transitory nature of life and the inevitability of death.

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tiger   User offline   30 October 2015 19:03

Thanks a lot.

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jojo5   User offline   4 November 2015 10:36

Thanks a lot.Good!

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