ballade de johnny-jane ジョニーとジェーンのバラード

洋楽の紹介! johnny:rock,singer-songwriter,folk, acoustic,electronic jane: female vocalists

Category :  スポンサー広告
tags : 
上記の広告は1ヶ月以上更新のないブログに表示されています。
新しい記事を書く事で広告が消せます。

Category :  johnny (rock,ambient etc...)
tags : 
US
MySpace

Slow+Dancing+Society+l_c5b8fcc6fe5d44e7b3bd4f7d240c.jpg

lastfmlogo.jpg
last.fm Slow Dancing Society

Drew Sullivan, aka Slow Dancing Society is a Washington based producer and musician. His first album, “The Sound of Lights When Dim” is a sumptuous unfolding ride towards a fading horizon. The album has all the qualities of an Eno ambient classic whilst forging its own musical and emotional path.

As with Brian Eno’s finest moments and David Sylvian’s ambient explorations, this work manages to dissolve its temporal markers and speak about moments removed from time. It talks to the delicious flaws of memory and feeling whilst never sullying itself with literalness or simple documentation.

1283173096_slow-dancing-society-under-the-sodium-lights.jpg
Title Of Album: Under The Sodium Lights
Year Of Release: August 23, 2010
Label: Hidden Shoal Recordings

Tracklist

01. The Songs In Your Eyes
02. Under The Sodium Lights
03. Laura's Dream
04. A Year Of Yesterdays
05. By Your Side
06. ...And To The Dust We Shall Return
07. Love Is On The Way

Hidden Shoal Recordings has announced the digital pre-release of the eagerly awaited fourth album by US ambient artist Slow Dancing Society.

Following on from the ebullient warmth of the critically acclaimed Priest Lake Circa ’88, Under The Sodium Lights is Drew Sullivan’s latest ambient epic. The album feels like a distillation of the three stunning releases that preceded it – and as such is Sullivan’s finest work to date. The delicate interplay between focused melodic details and blurred washes of sound draws the listener into a hypnotic state, where the waking world and the world of sleep cascade in and out of balance.

Under The Sodium Lights resonates with a rich emotional core – and the choking realisation of our own transience. The album rewards immersive listening from start to finish, to really soak in its beauty.

“a complexity of sound that allows it to stand out from traditionally ambient music… It is easy to get dissolved in this album, to let yourself fall into meditation as the music plays… Textures and timbre are executed with great precision… Even the simplest of songs allow complimentary textures to be layered upon each other to create a robust yet spacious sound… an aural delight for the listener.” – The Silent Ballet on Priest Lake Circa ’88.
israbox Page here

Hidden Shoal Recordings Page here


'...and to the dust we shall return'

johnny
スポンサーサイト

この記事に対するトラックバック

トラックバックURL
http://olmo.blog55.fc2.com/tb.php/611-4d35c472
この記事にトラックバックする(FC2ブログユーザー)
上記広告は1ヶ月以上更新のないブログに表示されています。新しい記事を書くことで広告を消せます。