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|1.||"The Temple Bell Stops"|
|1.||"But The Sound Keeps Coming"|
|2.||"Out Of The Flowers"|
Mike Weis surfaced in 2009 on Digitalis and since then the release rate of his records have been few and far between, but the quality has always remained top tier. Debuting on Type - an important label for Andreas Tilliander's Mokira project - he delivers a three-track 12" opened by the wooden industrial knock, pop and click of "The Temple Bell Stops" (with some delightful electric static too". "But The Sound Keeps Coming" continues the record's theme of field-recordings mixed with busy and low-lying tribal drums and shimmering ride symbols that sound as thousands of soft feathers are being poured all over them, while the real ambient and drone piece comes in "Out Of The Flowers" where the first sign of a kick drum ever so shyly reveals itself.
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