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Mount Maxwell // The People's Forest TAPE

Mount Maxwell // The People's Forest TAPE

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This is the 2021th album released in October 10 with a limited edition of 70 by Mount Maxwell, the head of the ambient label Hotham Sound Recordings in Vancouver, Canada.

Contains 11 Balearic IDM-Ambient songs.Comes with DL code.Out of print.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Hotham Sound Recordings releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 70.

Text by Hotham Sound Recordings:

"Whether evoking the lost utopian communities of the Gulf Islands, eulogizing the socialist origins of the BC Ferries system, or exploring the aftermath of 60s idealism, Mount Maxwell albums have always arrived with an expansive backstory. Forest'seems to be a kind of pagan celebration of British Columbia as it exists in the artist's imagination, but closer examination reveals enough ambiguous sonic references (to midwifery, whale research, community living, ghosts) to keep any listener guessing.

Expanding on the approach of last year's'Only Children', keyboards and drum machines are again complimented by a host of flutes, thumb pianos, hand drums and noisemakers, resulting in a distinctly playful form of electronic music. Clocking in at just under 30 minutes After a long and disheartening year, a much needed offering of light and warmth from the Mount Maxwell camp. "

Artist: Mount Maxwell

Label: Label: Hotham Sound Recordings

This is the 2021th album released in October 10 with a limited edition of 70 by Mount Maxwell, the head of the ambient label Hotham Sound Recordings in Vancouver, Canada.

Contains 11 Balearic IDM-Ambient songs.Comes with DL code.Out of print.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Hotham Sound Recordings releases available at Tobira.

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

Edition of 70.

Text by Hotham Sound Recordings:

"Whether evoking the lost utopian communities of the Gulf Islands, eulogizing the socialist origins of the BC Ferries system, or exploring the aftermath of 60s idealism, Mount Maxwell albums have always arrived with an expansive backstory. Forest'seems to be a kind of pagan celebration of British Columbia as it exists in the artist's imagination, but closer examination reveals enough ambiguous sonic references (to midwifery, whale research, community living, ghosts) to keep any listener guessing.

Expanding on the approach of last year's'Only Children', keyboards and drum machines are again complimented by a host of flutes, thumb pianos, hand drums and noisemakers, resulting in a distinctly playful form of electronic music. Clocking in at just under 30 minutes After a long and disheartening year, a much needed offering of light and warmth from the Mount Maxwell camp. "

Artist: Mount Maxwell

Label: Label: Hotham Sound Recordings