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A Winged Victory For The Sullen

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A Winged Victory For The Sullen

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Invisible Cities
Cat: APAMFGCD 4. Rel: 26 Feb 21
  1. So That The City Can Begin To Exist
  2. The Celestial City
  3. The Dead Outnumber The Living
  4. Every Solstice & Equinox
  5. Nothing Of The City Touches The Earth
  6. Thirteenth Century Travelogue
  7. The Divided City
  8. Only Strings & Their Supports Remain
  9. There Is One Of Which You Never Speak
  10. Despair Dialogue
  11. The Merchants Of Seven Nations
  12. Desires Are Alerady Memories
  13. Total Perspective Vortex
Review: MIF, or Manchester International Festival, has been considered a seal of quality since its inception back in 2007. A biennial dedicated to showcasing world premieres, it's the place Damon Albarn first unveiled his epic Monkey: Journey To The West before the acclaimed spectacular went global, where Bjork presented Biophilia and the fantastic instruments she created to realise that vision, and the location of Skepta's science fiction warehouse rave, Dystopia987, among other landmark shows.

2019's edition featured Invisible Cities, a sparkling new adaptation of Italo Calvino's 1972 novel of the same name. Stars of the Lid founder Adam Wiltzie and L.A. composer Dustin O'Halloran were commissioned to score the action on stage, and now two years later their soundtrack is ready to own. At times majestic and rousing, in other moments tense and poised, but all breathtakingly beautiful contemporary classical fare, we highly recommend.
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Atomos VII
Cat: KRANK 188LP. Rel: 19 May 14
  1. Atomos VII
  2. Minuet For Cheap Piano Number One
  3. Atomos VII (Greenhouse re interpretation remix)
Review: Dustin O'Hallaran and Adam Wiltzie have been dealing in musique concrete for a while now, with releases on some of the most daring labels around. However, this latest work on Kranky is undoubtedly a significant step up for the outfit, with people such as Keith Fullerton Whitman having released on the label. Three extended slices of pure hedonism, each one growing and rising in emotion and momentum with each new melody. "Atmos VII" drops you into a tranquil soundscape surrounded by orchestral swirls of melodies and subtle kick drums, and "Minuet For Cheap Piano Number One" prolongs this journey through paradise thanks to some stunning keys and spine-chilling bursts of ambience. Over on the flip, the Greenhouse re-wiring of the title track is equally pensive but considerably more sinister, with an extra dosage of guitar feedback winding its way into the mix. Stunners.
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