|1.||James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (26:09)|
|1.||James Holden & Camilo Tirado - "Outdoor Museum Of Fractals" (20:37)|
|1.||Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:25)|
|1.||Luke Abbott - "555hz" (16:23)|
Last year, Border Community heavyweights James Holden and Luke Abbott took part in a special performance to mark the 80th birthday of minimalist legend Terry Riley. Here, the extended pieces they performed that night are finally released. Holden's 46-minute piece - performed with tabla player Camilo Tirado, and created by writing a special sequencer for his modular synthesizer - is little less than an exotic, slowly evolving masterpiece, up there with the American composer's finest synthesizer works. Abbott's "555Hz", on the other hand, is an altogether deeper and more languid affair, but no less enthralling. Built around droning, drawn-out chords and subtle melodic shifts, it bubbles away attractively like the greatest intergalactic ambience.
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