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Timelash // Feral Lands & Forbidden Cities LP

Timelash // Feral Lands & Forbidden Cities LP

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Chile'sNonlocal Research and americaPsychic SoundsThis is a record released by Timelash, a retro-futuristic duo made up of two psychedelic label owners, on Belgian experimental label Aguirre in November 2.

Contains 6 psychedelic post-new age strange beats songs.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities, recorded in Brussels in 2019, is the second in a series of four albums by Timelash. Their debut, A Morphology of Wonders (Aguirre Records, 4) , the duo formed by Embassador Dulgoon (Nonlocal Society, Archimboldos) and Corum (Psychic Sounds) is a unique duo that unfolds and expands like a collection of organic matter and mechanical dialogue illuminated by iridescent fluorescence. Timelash's musical proposition is firmly rooted in retro-futurism, recalling exotic and library music artists such as Martin Denny, Egisto Macchi, Bernard Fèvre, Eric Vann, and Mark From Dwane's cinematic soundscapes to Constance Demby's Novus Magnificat.

As the title suggests, Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities delves into unexplored civilizations, untraceable ruins, and unknown worlds.Digital synthesizers, samplers, flutes, percussion pads, and effects combine to stir dream cycles of life and evolution.Spaceship din, strange body noises, chiming bells, murmuring statues, and boiling potions rumble under a soulful crescendo of harmonic synths, building a sense of both machinery and wonder.

As in "Outside Grottoes of Time," the tactile details and ornate motifs bloom into a poignant, even grandiose style."Sandrunner's Pass" picks up a more hectic and suspenseful mood, and the enigmatic ending track "Shadows of the Skyfish" engulfs everything.Chromatic sparkles, mechanical abstractions, and colorful illusions emerge like smoke from an electric dream, and layers of melody drift, swell, and finally subtly recline.This is a coherent musical story, moving in several directions, sometimes even simultaneously, but all equally full of meaning.

The Andromeda Nebula swims around like a phosphorescent amoeba.In a faraway, forbidden city, sinister creatures plot to kidnap us while we sleep.In the dark, we boil macaroni and eat by lantern light.Stars flock to the table like fireflies.Watch the phases of the moon through a small telescope.Something unknown stumbles around the dying bonfire.As I catch my breath, a smear of aurora lights up the sky again.Geometric winter constellations emerge above the supple litmus glow.We walk under the starry sky and set our feet on the unknown round earth.Follow the deep shining light of the spaceship with your eyes.The sound of the engine grows louder, louder, fainter, and finally becomes inaudible, and the light goes out in the southeastern haze at the feet of Orion. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Aguirre releases available at Tobira.

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12 "black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. A Stranger In Time 06:04
  2. Primal Plateau 05:46
  3. Outside Grottos Of Time 09:19
  4. Sandrunner's Pass 08:49
  5. Chalkwing's Floating Pagoda 04:36
  6. Shadows Of The Skyfish 07:09

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Aguirre:

"Recorded in Brussels in 2019, Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities is Timelash's second delivery of a 4 album projected series. In their debut, A Morphology of Wonders (Aguirre Records, 2021), the duet formed by Embassador Dulgoon (Nonlocal Society, Archimboldos) and Corum (Psychic Sounds) revealed a unique musical journey that unfolds and expands like a cluster of organic matters and mechanical dialogues lit by iridescent fluorescences. Timelash's musical proposal is firmly rooted in retrofuturism, reminding us of exotic and library music artists such as Martin Denny, Egisto Macchi, Bernard Fèvre, and Eric Vann, reaching up to Mark Dwane's cinematic soundscapes, or Constance Demby's Novus Magnificat.

Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities digs precisely into what the title indicates: civilizations not yet explored, untraceable ruins, and the unknown. Digital synthesizers, samplers, flutes, percussion pads, and effects are assembled as stirring sprouts of life and evolutionary dream cycles. Spacecraft bustles, strange body noises, tolling bells, plasticine murmurs, and boiling potions ring under harmonic synth soulful crescendos, building up a sense of both machinery and wonder; the emotional significance that the mechanical contains.

The tactile quality of detail and the flourishing motifs join and bloom in poignant, even epic manners, as in "Outside Grottos of Time". A mood more dizzying and suspenseful speeds up "Sandrunner's Pass" until the puzzling closing track "Shadows of the Skyfish" wraps it all up. Chromatic glares, mechanical abstractions, and multicolored visions emerge like fumes radiating from electric dreams; melodic layers drift, rise, and finally lay down subtly. There's a feeling of mystery and motion in several directions, sometimes even simultaneous, although limited, all of them equally full of meaning, since this is a coherent musical tale.

The Great Nebula of Andromeda swims like a phosphorescent amoeba. Far away yonder in forbidden cities, foreboding creatures are planning to abduct us while we sleep. In the dark, we cook our macaroni and eat by lantern light. Stars cluster all over our table like fireflies. We watch the turning moon through our little telescope. The unknown stumbles around the dying campfire. As breaths gather firm, an auroral stain illuminates the sky once again. Great geometrical winter constellations lift up over sinuous litmus gleams. We walk under the stars , our feet on the unknown round earth. Our eyes follow the lights of a deep glowing spaceship. Engine tones rise, shrill, faint, finally inaudible, and its lights go out in the southeast haze beneath the feet of Orion.
 "

Artist: Timelash

Label: Aguirre

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Chile'sNonlocal Research and americaPsychic SoundsThis is a record released by Timelash, a retro-futuristic duo made up of two psychedelic label owners, on Belgian experimental label Aguirre in November 2.

Contains 6 psychedelic post-new age strange beats songs.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities, recorded in Brussels in 2019, is the second in a series of four albums by Timelash. Their debut, A Morphology of Wonders (Aguirre Records, 4) , the duo formed by Embassador Dulgoon (Nonlocal Society, Archimboldos) and Corum (Psychic Sounds) is a unique duo that unfolds and expands like a collection of organic matter and mechanical dialogue illuminated by iridescent fluorescence. Timelash's musical proposition is firmly rooted in retro-futurism, recalling exotic and library music artists such as Martin Denny, Egisto Macchi, Bernard Fèvre, Eric Vann, and Mark From Dwane's cinematic soundscapes to Constance Demby's Novus Magnificat.

As the title suggests, Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities delves into unexplored civilizations, untraceable ruins, and unknown worlds.Digital synthesizers, samplers, flutes, percussion pads, and effects combine to stir dream cycles of life and evolution.Spaceship din, strange body noises, chiming bells, murmuring statues, and boiling potions rumble under a soulful crescendo of harmonic synths, building a sense of both machinery and wonder.

As in "Outside Grottoes of Time," the tactile details and ornate motifs bloom into a poignant, even grandiose style."Sandrunner's Pass" picks up a more hectic and suspenseful mood, and the enigmatic ending track "Shadows of the Skyfish" engulfs everything.Chromatic sparkles, mechanical abstractions, and colorful illusions emerge like smoke from an electric dream, and layers of melody drift, swell, and finally subtly recline.This is a coherent musical story, moving in several directions, sometimes even simultaneously, but all equally full of meaning.

The Andromeda Nebula swims around like a phosphorescent amoeba.In a faraway, forbidden city, sinister creatures plot to kidnap us while we sleep.In the dark, we boil macaroni and eat by lantern light.Stars flock to the table like fireflies.Watch the phases of the moon through a small telescope.Something unknown stumbles around the dying bonfire.As I catch my breath, a smear of aurora lights up the sky again.Geometric winter constellations emerge above the supple litmus glow.We walk under the starry sky and set our feet on the unknown round earth.Follow the deep shining light of the spaceship with your eyes.The sound of the engine grows louder, louder, fainter, and finally becomes inaudible, and the light goes out in the southeastern haze at the feet of Orion. "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Aguirre releases available at Tobira.

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

12 "black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. A Stranger In Time 06:04
  2. Primal Plateau 05:46
  3. Outside Grottos Of Time 09:19
  4. Sandrunner's Pass 08:49
  5. Chalkwing's Floating Pagoda 04:36
  6. Shadows Of The Skyfish 07:09

++

Aguirre:

"Recorded in Brussels in 2019, Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities is Timelash's second delivery of a 4 album projected series. In their debut, A Morphology of Wonders (Aguirre Records, 2021), the duet formed by Embassador Dulgoon (Nonlocal Society, Archimboldos) and Corum (Psychic Sounds) revealed a unique musical journey that unfolds and expands like a cluster of organic matters and mechanical dialogues lit by iridescent fluorescences. Timelash's musical proposal is firmly rooted in retrofuturism, reminding us of exotic and library music artists such as Martin Denny, Egisto Macchi, Bernard Fèvre, and Eric Vann, reaching up to Mark Dwane's cinematic soundscapes, or Constance Demby's Novus Magnificat.

Feral Lands and Forbidden Cities digs precisely into what the title indicates: civilizations not yet explored, untraceable ruins, and the unknown. Digital synthesizers, samplers, flutes, percussion pads, and effects are assembled as stirring sprouts of life and evolutionary dream cycles. Spacecraft bustles, strange body noises, tolling bells, plasticine murmurs, and boiling potions ring under harmonic synth soulful crescendos, building up a sense of both machinery and wonder; the emotional significance that the mechanical contains.

The tactile quality of detail and the flourishing motifs join and bloom in poignant, even epic manners, as in "Outside Grottos of Time". A mood more dizzying and suspenseful speeds up "Sandrunner's Pass" until the puzzling closing track "Shadows of the Skyfish" wraps it all up. Chromatic glares, mechanical abstractions, and multicolored visions emerge like fumes radiating from electric dreams; melodic layers drift, rise, and finally lay down subtly. There's a feeling of mystery and motion in several directions, sometimes even simultaneous, although limited, all of them equally full of meaning, since this is a coherent musical tale.

The Great Nebula of Andromeda swims like a phosphorescent amoeba. Far away yonder in forbidden cities, foreboding creatures are planning to abduct us while we sleep. In the dark, we cook our macaroni and eat by lantern light. Stars cluster all over our table like fireflies. We watch the turning moon through our little telescope. The unknown stumbles around the dying campfire. As breaths gather firm, an auroral stain illuminates the sky once again. Great geometrical winter constellations lift up over sinuous litmus gleams. We walk under the stars , our feet on the unknown round earth. Our eyes follow the lights of a deep glowing spaceship. Engine tones rise, shrill, faint, finally inaudible, and its lights go out in the southeast haze beneath the feet of Orion.
 "

Artist: Timelash

Label: Aguirre