Nostalgic continuous piano music/drone. Composed with piano, woodwinds, tape delay and upright bass. Tracks flow into one another and the whole record feels like a single complex moment in time recaptured. Music for questioning your imagination. Bliss out|
Related: Lubomyr Melnyk, Fennesz, William Basinski
1. (6:16) *** Starwood Choker—Fast continuous piano over faintly bowing strings. Deeper drone base develops later.
2. (5:40) ** As Much as Possible—Choppy, unsteady piano. Woodwind drone floats in and out. Some dissonance.
3. (5:18) *** Scrapes—Continuous piano, bowing, bass. Gaping widescreen atmosphere. Drone thickens in last minute and a half.
4. (4:59) Chonchos—Lo-fi unfinished feeling. Woodwind drone, stark piano chords, strings.
5. (5:47) ** The How of it Sped—Simple piano loops, gentle slow-moving strings. Reminds me of Eluvium.
6. (5:51) ** Is Drop—Windy, sinister drone. Pining strings, piano emerge slowly. Rises significantly in intensity midway. Mostly noise to finish.
7. (6:23) ** Form Takes—Fast continuous piano. Rich subterranean drones surface occasionally.
8. (6:01) * To All It—Melancholy piano chords, drifting longing drone. Watching night fall through an airplane window.
9. (6:50) ** Flat Line/Peak Color—Woodwind intro, rushing piano keys, subtle strings. Noise rapidly builds midway until the track’s soft closing.
10. (6:12) What Ash it Flow Up—Choppy piano for a while, then heavy drone, fast continuous piano subdued by noise.