Davachi, Sarah / Let Night Come On Bells End The Day
Album: Let Night Come On Bells End The Day   Collection:General
Artist:Davachi, Sarah   Added:Jul 2018
Label:Recital Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2018-07-27 Pull Date: 2018-09-28 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Sep 23 Aug 19 Aug 12 Aug 5 Jul 29
Airplays: 2 1 4 5 2

Recent Airplay
1. Aug 29, 2021: Homeroom (rebroadcast from Aug 2, 2018)
4. Sep 20, 2018: subwoofer etc etc etc
2. Sep 29, 2018: Narnia
5. Aug 15, 2018: Brownian Motion
3. Sep 22, 2018: Music Casserole
6. Aug 11, 2018: Narnia
At Hand

Album Review
Dr. Information
Reviewed 2018-07-26
Sarah Davachi
Let Night Come on Bells End The Day
Recital Records

Sarah Davachi is one of the best ambient artists out there. Soft drones and hidden melodies. Haunting and still, yet ever changing. Mellotron, electric organ, synths. “It’s designed for late night listening – however noticeable side effects may include waking up the listener such is the power of the work. At a low volume it may lead to drowsiness but you’d be missing out. Play it loud, leave the windows open, watch the moon rise”. Very beautiful . RIYL Deaf Center, Insect Factory’s Melodies from a Dead Radio. [quotes from A Closer Listen review]

*1. garlands (2:54) Starts with a few seconds of silence then slow organ drone with ever changing chords
*2. mordents (11:15) Starts off with a simple clumsy phrase then grows in complexity and layers
***3. at hand (6:05) high pitched melody drone
***4. buhrstone (8:17) “A repeated piano phrase continues under everything while higher pitched tones climb their way upwards, panning around the ears”
5. hours in the evening (13:00) One long slow build of a drone so dense you could float away on it

Track Listing
1. Garlands   3. At Hand
2. Mordents   4. Buhrstone
  5. Hours In The Evening