• Free shipping nationwide for purchases of 11,000 yen or more
Color of Time // Color of Time II CD

Color of Time // Color of Time II CD

€12,95
  • Availability:

This CD was released in June 2024 by Color of Time, a duo consisting of From Overseas, one of the founders of the Indianapolis-based ambient label Past Inside The Present, and ambient composer Tyresta.

Contains 8 neo-classical ambient drone tracks. Comes in a 6-sided digipak and shrink-wrapped packaging.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Past Inside The Present releases available at Tobira. 

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

CD in 6-panel digipack. Edition of 200. 

tracklist:

1. Free For A Moment 03:20
2. While We Can 06:28
3. When Will We Learn? 04:38
4. No Way Of Knowing 05:54
5. Something Better 05:30
6. Ask Yourself Why 04:00
7. Surrender 04:35
8. All That Remains 08:00

Text excerpt by Past Inside The Present:

"Past Inside the Present is proud to begin its summer slate with a new, full-length suite from Color of Time, the duo comprising label veterans Kévin Séry (aka From Overseas) and Nick Turner (aka Tyresta). Each artist is known for his own kind of spacious, heart-rending drone, and on II, they occupy a sonic universe in which melancholy themes linger over drifts of harmonic guitar and arrays of intricate detail. The delicacy of these environments results from a passion for organic textures, an unhurried and intuitive mixing process, and the final touches from renowned mastering engineer Stephan Mathieu.

Turner describes Color of Time as “a vehicle for exploring shared concerns about the state of the world, particularly climate change,” an inspiration that appears with abundance in II's powerful, but fragile, constructions. “Free For a Moment” opens with a twinkling of bells, as swelling bass and saintly voices wrap around a bustling core, summoning something benevolent and teeming with life. “While We Can” evokes the silvered calm of a lake amid overcast skies, with plucked strings creating ripples on its mirrored surface while muffled mystery billows beneath.

Across the album, drawn bows lilt across the stereo field in patient melodic themes, offering more suggestions than statement. The duo's remarkable restraint in their arrangements comes from a gentle evolution of each piece during production; Séry notes that several original versions were “more guitar driven and post-rock inspired”, but many of the concrete forms were reconfigured as they adopted a more nebulous vision through their naturalistic approach... "

Artist: Color of Time

Label: Past Inside The Present

CAT No: PITP49

+ -

This CD was released in June 2024 by Color of Time, a duo consisting of From Overseas, one of the founders of the Indianapolis-based ambient label Past Inside The Present, and ambient composer Tyresta.

Contains 8 neo-classical ambient drone tracks. Comes in a 6-sided digipak and shrink-wrapped packaging.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Past Inside The Present releases available at Tobira. 

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

CD in 6-panel digipack. Edition of 200. 

tracklist:

1. Free For A Moment 03:20
2. While We Can 06:28
3. When Will We Learn? 04:38
4. No Way Of Knowing 05:54
5. Something Better 05:30
6. Ask Yourself Why 04:00
7. Surrender 04:35
8. All That Remains 08:00

Text excerpt by Past Inside The Present:

"Past Inside the Present is proud to begin its summer slate with a new, full-length suite from Color of Time, the duo comprising label veterans Kévin Séry (aka From Overseas) and Nick Turner (aka Tyresta). Each artist is known for his own kind of spacious, heart-rending drone, and on II, they occupy a sonic universe in which melancholy themes linger over drifts of harmonic guitar and arrays of intricate detail. The delicacy of these environments results from a passion for organic textures, an unhurried and intuitive mixing process, and the final touches from renowned mastering engineer Stephan Mathieu.

Turner describes Color of Time as “a vehicle for exploring shared concerns about the state of the world, particularly climate change,” an inspiration that appears with abundance in II's powerful, but fragile, constructions. “Free For a Moment” opens with a twinkling of bells, as swelling bass and saintly voices wrap around a bustling core, summoning something benevolent and teeming with life. “While We Can” evokes the silvered calm of a lake amid overcast skies, with plucked strings creating ripples on its mirrored surface while muffled mystery billows beneath.

Across the album, drawn bows lilt across the stereo field in patient melodic themes, offering more suggestions than statement. The duo's remarkable restraint in their arrangements comes from a gentle evolution of each piece during production; Séry notes that several original versions were “more guitar driven and post-rock inspired”, but many of the concrete forms were reconfigured as they adopted a more nebulous vision through their naturalistic approach... "

Artist: Color of Time

Label: Past Inside The Present

CAT No: PITP49