Release Date: 07/14/20
In muted opulence, the pieces possess a hypnotic allure attuned to frequencies of nature as well as pulsing electronics.
Black Tape For A Blue Girlâs Sam Rosenthal (USA) and Jarguna (Italy) merge with the sunset on their first electronic/ambient collaboration, a work that lingers in the ephemeral dusk of dreams.Sunwashed evening fireâs two tracks (in seven movements) are an evocative blend of drones and synths coloring the margins without overwhelming the musicâs essential fragility. Building in muted opulence, the pieces possess a hypnotic allure attuned to frequencies of nature as equally as they are to those of the pulsing electronics. Sensitive sonic montages lead listeners quietly into the twilight where the sustaining ambient moods eventually resolve to rise up again, as in âEvening market of the petal fields > part 3â where Erik Wolloâs Kosmische electric guitar rides atop Jargunaâs analog sequencer patterns.
Projekt founder Rosenthal has created over 20 albums, Jarguna over 30. âI think about when you are in a plane,â jarguna muses, âand in the sunset time you chase the sun falling over the horizon. The sunset seems to never end, time standing still in a layer of colors immersing me in the shades of blue, yellow and cobalt redâ¦â
This duo understands better than most that sound is temporal and needs time to be fully considered; it is only at twilight where we notice and hear the hidden order of life. Existing in the liminal space between day or night, dawn or dusk, wakefulness or sleep,Sunwashed evening fireâs mysteriously fleeting sections form a fitting accompaniment for the solitude of these internal states.
CD in 4-panel digipak. Limited edition of 500.
|Run Time: 51 mins|
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