Frost / Steel Wound
Album: Steel Wound   Collection:General
Artist:Frost   Added:Jul 2004
Label:Room 40  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-08-02 Pull Date: 2004-10-03 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Oct 3 Sep 26 Sep 5 Aug 29 Aug 22 Aug 15 Aug 8
Airplays: 3 1 3 3 8 4 4

Recent Airplay
1. Feb 15, 2017: Reckless Burning
You, Me And The End Of Everything
4. Sep 28, 2004: The Literate Pop Fan
2. Jun 09, 2005: Baptism of Solitude
You, Me and the End of Every
5. Sep 26, 2004: Late Night
... I Lay My Ear to Furious Latin
3. Sep 29, 2004: Stirling's Approximation
You, Me and the End of Every, ...I Lay My Ear to Furious L
6. Sep 22, 2004: Baptism of Civility
You, Me and the End of Every

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2004-07-22
Long beautiful ambient hypnotic tracks. Treated guits, voices, effects. Moments of spacier Flying Saucer Attack as well as avante 20th Century Composer. Like the soundtrack to the most splendid dream you could ever hope to have. Australian musicians.

1 pretty shimmery ambient tone
2) previous track develops lower toned harmonies and builds intensity
3) treated guitar layers, beautiful, somber, subtle voices come in late a la Flying Saucer Attack, builds in intensity
4) high pitched feedback w/ low drones wash over in waves, eventually giving way to denser tones
5) pretty electric guitar w/ drones, somber in tone, chill and beautiful
6) beautiful layers and layers of droning ambience

Track Listing
1. Swarm   4. Steel Wound
2. ...I Lay My Ear To Furious Latin   5. Last Exit to Brooklyn
3. You, Me And The End Of Everything   6. And I Watched You Breathe