this is the other project i play in. we´re a duo and we play around a lot with all kinds of analog & digital gear. reel-to-reel tape recorders, fieldrecordings, granular synthesis, ambient guitars... The Atlas Amp
Can't recall how I found this release but I'm glad I did. Take whatever mood you're in and by the time you finish listening to this if you aren't left in a reflective, calm and ultimately grateful state about life - seek medical help. Beautiful. DJ Osric
There is something haunting about the family having zero clue about WW2 in its entirety. I remember learning about them and wondering and I still wonder now how many are still in the wilderness, driven there by atrocities or not. Many find being alone to be fear inducing. But they left and isolated out of fear to begin with. This music is just the tip of the iceberg for how haunting and emotional the situation is. It does its job as well as possible, though. Amazing. jacensolodjo
This is a lovely album, and I love the uniqueness of the melodies. Favourite tracks are "A Little Lair for a Very Small Bear" and "The Right Kind of Dark".
Unlike some albums I've bought over the years, this one keeps growing on me the more I listen. The true test of good music, for me, is whether I can play it a hundred times and love it more than the first time I listened.
I'm loving 'Vivian' the more I listen. Tracey Chattaway