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Amazing what a determined and talented bloke can do with a keyboard, a microphone, and an instrument that's basically an engine spring.
In the end, these spectral, evocative pieces become trance-inducing drones, with the uncoiling bounce of the mouth harp steadily taking on the hypnotic qualities of a Buddhist chant, or more specifically, of Mongolian throat singing.
Different for sure, but an extremely rewarding and immersive listening experience.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Drifting Remixes”
Very minimal and gentle ambient/drone from a relatively recently discovered source that will likely end up among World of Sleepers (Carbon Based Lifeforms) and Movements ( Solar Fields) as a genre staple. Steven Aanonson