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|1.||"A Prism" (3:17)|
|2.||"Nobody Wants To Be Here" (6:00)|
|3.||"Cause Not Known" (3:54)|
|5.||"The Carriers" (4:32)|
|1.||"Deviation & Dispersion" (3:37)|
|3.||"Red & Black" (3:45)|
|5.||"Nobody Wants To Leave" (3:46)|
Ross Gentry makes an impressive debut on the Polar Seas label with an album of ambient inspired by " inspired by two monumental works of modern fiction, Tom Perrotta's 'The Leftovers' and Don Dellilo's 'White Noise'." As such, the music explores human tensions and existential dread, with ominous dories layered over creeping found sounds. Shards of synth light break through the cloud atmospheres to bring light relief on 'Nobody Wants to be Here' while the edgy string sounds (performed by Emmalee Hunnicutt), lo-fi crackle and sustained pads of 'Midway' keep you in a state of unease throughout. This is a beautiful troubled album for similarly troubling times.
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