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Veta
Veta (hand-numbered audiophile vinyl LP + download code limited to 150 copies)
Cat: PITPZD 31. Rel: 09 May 24
 
Ambient/Drone
Veta (14:35)
Bewrayeth, No 2 (5:36)
Glory (11:32)
Memorial (8:37)
Review: Here comes yet another vital album of enthralling ambient from the super prolific Past Inside The Present label head zake aka Zach Frizzell. This is a numbered audiophile vinyl version (including a download code limited to 150 copies) of Veta, which is a world of smoky half-tones that mix up modern ambient classical with analogue production. The artist himself describes the work as "exercise in knowing when to draw back the mix" which speaks to its perfectly reduced sound - a blend of the organic and the synthetic that is masterfully layered and laden with heavy emotions.
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Frizzell & Duque: A Sorrow Unrequited
Frizzell & Duque: A Sorrow Unrequited (LP + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ZD 009LP. Rel: 24 Mar 21
 
Ambient/Drone
We Once Believed We Owned The Sky (8:56)
Fragile Dreaming In A Fragile Mind (7:54)
A Sorrow Unrequited (4:00)
Closer, Always Closer (4:17)
The Sparrow's Flight (5:43)
Review: It's not just a clever name. Zake and City Dawn have come up with a record that genuinely sounds like the reflective moods that so often follow great loss, realised on record. Sweeping synth-strings on 'We Once Believed We Owned The Sky' only serving to reiterate the sense of lamentation that seems to pervade every corner of this album.

Sometimes looking back on what was but will never be again is the only real way of making ourselves feel better - by connecting to intensely emotional memories we can trigger an outpouring that's truly cathartic. As if following that pattern, Frizzell & Duque: A Sorry Unrequited is a strangely uplifting experience by the time we're listening to the closing bars of 'The Sparrow's Flight', even if that's only because of the sense that others have the capacity to feel the same as we do.
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