[Luscious Ambient] On Simon James French BC Sublet
#1

On Simon James French BC Sublet

Some rather extraordinarily beautiful, eviscerating soft sounds from Derive Soundscapes Episode 2 here, the creator of 2010's "Misery" ambient masterpiece. Equally melodic, this stuff is heavily subdued, dreamy without dissonance, and big on reverb and delay trails, with a hardware sound. Rather analogue, gluing itself to your ears like well-tacked bands in big concert rooms.

I actually had to purchase this one and download it - it's so good! Well worth supporting.
Reply
#2

(4th March 2019, 13:35)Muttley Wrote: without dissonance

but I like dissonance Smiley
Reply
#3

Indeed. There is dissonance, to say more dissonance than dream imagery, but to let the dream take over...that's what this feels about.
Basically, ignore my bollox phraseology and give this a listen.
Statto should like it, at least.

I'm very into this kind of lo fidelity minimalism. Splinters along like fine wine trickling down the edge of a glass. At the same time, there is a constant lure to listen, to just zone in, to hear the differences, and allocate to oneself time and confidence.
Reply


Possibly Related Threads...
17th December 2017, 09:11
Last Post: Euphony
14th November 2017, 11:04
Last Post: Simon Bean
2nd May 2017, 02:56
Last Post: Muttley
  Simon Reynolds post punk mix Started by Statto
7 Replies - 4,017 Views
15th February 2017, 17:36
Last Post: Muttley
28th July 2015, 21:54
Last Post: Simon Bean




Theme © iAndrew 2017 - Forum software by © MyBB