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Fionnlagh // What Came Before LP

Fionnlagh // What Came Before LP

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Dark ambient writer Fionnelagh has released an ambient label in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in November 2021.This record was released by Ambientologist in a limited edition of 200 copies.

Contains 12 cinematic dark ambient to dystopian drones like the soundtrack of a science fiction movie. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Ambientologist releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 200.

Ambientologist:

"A thoroughly immersive, dystopian, even nightmarish exploration, Fionnlagh's'What Came Before' drops the listener into an unfolding flashback of another reality. Soaring synths over dark, brooding sub tones crescendo in a style that already seems a unique hallmark of the artist, with an immediacy that is as transfixing as it is unsettling. A uniquely enthralling experience.

Born of previous shared experience as a guiding light in dark times, What Came Before aims to go further than nostalgia, placing emphasis on the acknowledgment of history's true nature. Accepting that for one to reminisce and truly reflect on the past, it will serve only to accentuate the present.

Akin to dystopian film scores such as Blade Runner, Arrival and Dune, What Came Before is visually represented by bleak, remote landscapes. Videos using vast, rugged rural footage have been produced by James Tyson (Tundra Tides), using live modular video manipulation. One will be minted as an NFT on Hic Et Nunc, and copies of a full length visual set will be recorded to VHS. ard, Lauge, Austin Rockman and Seabuckthorn.

Not for the faint of heart. Engage at your own risk. "

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Reviews:

"These ebbing and pulsing melodies and windswept soundscapes are presented atop low-frequency patterns, resembling the scores of Jóhann Jóhannsson."
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Avant Music News

"... part soundtrack to our tremendous longing, part echo of the distant and distorted past."
--Headphone Commute

"The slightest touches of brooding harmonies that begin to form but quickly become subsumed by the droning noise of each track bring a new level of macabre to the already ghostly landscape produced here."
--On the Fringes of Sound

"I can only say that I really hope Fionnlagh releases more dark ambient in future, because this is jaw-droppingly good – eerie, dark, and brooding, with a real sense of menace running right through it."
--This Is Darkness

Artist: Fionnlagh

Label: Label: Ambientologist 

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Dark ambient writer Fionnelagh has released an ambient label in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in November 2021.This record was released by Ambientologist in a limited edition of 200 copies.

Contains 12 cinematic dark ambient to dystopian drones like the soundtrack of a science fiction movie. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Ambientologist releases available at Tobira.

----------------------------

Edition of 200.

Ambientologist:

"A thoroughly immersive, dystopian, even nightmarish exploration, Fionnlagh's'What Came Before' drops the listener into an unfolding flashback of another reality. Soaring synths over dark, brooding sub tones crescendo in a style that already seems a unique hallmark of the artist, with an immediacy that is as transfixing as it is unsettling. A uniquely enthralling experience.

Born of previous shared experience as a guiding light in dark times, What Came Before aims to go further than nostalgia, placing emphasis on the acknowledgment of history's true nature. Accepting that for one to reminisce and truly reflect on the past, it will serve only to accentuate the present.

Akin to dystopian film scores such as Blade Runner, Arrival and Dune, What Came Before is visually represented by bleak, remote landscapes. Videos using vast, rugged rural footage have been produced by James Tyson (Tundra Tides), using live modular video manipulation. One will be minted as an NFT on Hic Et Nunc, and copies of a full length visual set will be recorded to VHS. ard, Lauge, Austin Rockman and Seabuckthorn.

Not for the faint of heart. Engage at your own risk. "

~~

Reviews:

"These ebbing and pulsing melodies and windswept soundscapes are presented atop low-frequency patterns, resembling the scores of Jóhann Jóhannsson."
-
Avant Music News

"... part soundtrack to our tremendous longing, part echo of the distant and distorted past."
--Headphone Commute

"The slightest touches of brooding harmonies that begin to form but quickly become subsumed by the droning noise of each track bring a new level of macabre to the already ghostly landscape produced here."
--On the Fringes of Sound

"I can only say that I really hope Fionnlagh releases more dark ambient in future, because this is jaw-droppingly good – eerie, dark, and brooding, with a real sense of menace running right through it."
--This Is Darkness

Artist: Fionnlagh

Label: Label: Ambientologist