Celer / Plays Liberace
Album: Plays Liberace   Collection:General
Artist:Celer   Added:Aug 2017

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2017-09-08 Pull Date: 2017-11-10 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Nov 12 Oct 8 Oct 1 Sep 24 Sep 17
Airplays: 1 1 2 2 1

Recent Airplay
1. Nov 09, 2017: All Passion No Technique
There's Time For Everything For Us (I & Ii)
4. Sep 30, 2017: Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Surroundings Fell Silent
2. Oct 04, 2017: Brownian Motion
Always In The Mist
5. Sep 21, 2017: Neural facilitation
There's Time For Everything For Us (I & Ii)
3. Sep 30, 2017: The Prism Experiment
Surroundings Fell Silent
6. Sep 17, 2017: The Daily Bump
Surroundings Fell Silent

Album Review
DJ Away
Reviewed 2017-08-29
Ambient-drone. Reputed to have been the world’s highest paid entertainer for more than a decade, pianist and showman Liberace died in 1987, and in the last 30 years his legacy has become increasingly ghostly. That sense of disappearance comes across in Will Long’s interpretation of his music: a cassette copy of Wonderful Liberace run through an effects chain until the result sounds like the opposite of its source. Everything feels cool, unflashy, tranquil, dim, engulfed by low winds. Simultaneously calming and unsettling. I love Celer, and this is another winner. RIYL The Caretaker, Greg Gorlen, Adam Pacione. No words, no FCCs. 2’s my favorite, but all are great.

1. (27:19)—First half follows a faded, Caretaker-eqsue melody. Second half is deeper and even more minimal and focuses on a single drone pulse.
2. *(11:56)—Currents drifting upward, chords glimmering softly. Like being alone at an indoor pool. Long fadeout.
3. (10:32)—Nocturnal, muted, uneasy, like signals from machines running underwater.

Track Listing
1. There's Time For Everything For Us (I & Ii)   2. Surroundings Fell Silent
  3. Always In The Mist