On the 12th of October the Canadian ambient idm project Lunar Lemur will release the LP You Can Tell Because The Quantum Cat Version Has An Origami Face.
Lunar Lemur – You Can Tell Because The Quantum Cat Version Has An Origami Face – artwork
Bringing a different and more refined set of tools from music previously featured, in You Can Tell Because The Quantum Cat Version Has An Origami Face (a fifteen track album available on bandcamp) the compositions are intricately woven textures that wrap the listener in a mélange of almost organic shifting shapes and lifts them on a journey of imaginative experimental phantasmagoria.
The oriental tradition inspired Burst The Chrysanthemum is the fourth piece.
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Sourin is the ambient-idm project of the Japanese music creator Tomoya Shiono.
Creating music which is of extended duration with many songs running to over eight minutes, the intricate development in the compositions ensures that the tracks are not filled with extraneous concepts, rather bodies of work in which the listener becomes fully absorbed.
The closing track on the recent five track EP Kakyou – 佳境 (available on bandcamp) is the seven minutes and twenty seconds of Kusaikire / 草いきれ, which is also the sprightliest on the release with a drum-kit chasing along the bass-loop and the jazz tinctured keys giving the sense of a journey through space.
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