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Kilometre Club // How To Unravel LP

Kilometre Club // How To Unravel LP

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This record will be released in September 2023 by Toronto, Canada ambient writer Kilometre Club from Toronto, Canada's all-genre label We Are Busy Bodies, with a limited edition of 9 copies.

Dreamy ambient 6 with electric guitars, synths, modulars, violins and cellosIncludes songs. DL code included. 

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more We Are Busy Bodies releases available at Tobira.

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Includes DL code. Edition of 300. 12" black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. The First Step
  2. Moving Mountains 07:07
  3. Unraveler's Hymn
  4. The Weight of Thoughts
  5. Falling In Places
  6. Lifted, Grounded
  7. You Can Leave This Here
  8. Summer Nights Forever And Then

We Are Busy Bodies:

"How To Unravel is about how we might fall apart, and how we find the ways to come back together again. The first half follows all of the paths that lead in circles, the tangled yarn that never finds the end. It's stronger than you think. The second half is how we untangle and get made whole.

Some of the recordings were done live at Half Moon Studios in Toronto, while others were done remotely and shared, then crafted carefully to find their ways together. The album brings together an ensemble of cellists, pianists, and horn players.

Field reflects on the album creation by stating "This is an album that features several happy accidents, layers upon layers of sounds trying to fill every corner. It feels like a culmination of the work I've made with Kilometre Club, and my next step as an artist. It's ambient music, but it also tries to be more than that, with inspiration and influences from post-rock, neoclassical, experimental, indie rock, electronic, and more. At moments I felt like I was creating the ambient record Bon Iver never made in 2011. Other times, I thought about some of my favorite contemporary ambient artists like Alaskan Tapes, Hollie Kenniff, Eluvium, loscil, Max Richter, and more."

How To Unravel is an ambient album that can be consumed as a whole, a narrative in texture, tone, and melody, one that works for active listening as much as it does as background music."

Artist: Kilometre Club

Label: We Are Busy Bodies

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This record will be released in September 2023 by Toronto, Canada ambient writer Kilometre Club from Toronto, Canada's all-genre label We Are Busy Bodies, with a limited edition of 9 copies.

Dreamy ambient 6 with electric guitars, synths, modulars, violins and cellosIncludes songs. DL code included. 

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more We Are Busy Bodies releases available at Tobira.

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

Includes DL code. Edition of 300. 12" black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. The First Step
  2. Moving Mountains 07:07
  3. Unraveler's Hymn
  4. The Weight of Thoughts
  5. Falling In Places
  6. Lifted, Grounded
  7. You Can Leave This Here
  8. Summer Nights Forever And Then

We Are Busy Bodies:

"How To Unravel is about how we might fall apart, and how we find the ways to come back together again. The first half follows all of the paths that lead in circles, the tangled yarn that never finds the end. It's stronger than you think. The second half is how we untangle and get made whole.

Some of the recordings were done live at Half Moon Studios in Toronto, while others were done remotely and shared, then crafted carefully to find their ways together. The album brings together an ensemble of cellists, pianists, and horn players.

Field reflects on the album creation by stating "This is an album that features several happy accidents, layers upon layers of sounds trying to fill every corner. It feels like a culmination of the work I've made with Kilometre Club, and my next step as an artist. It's ambient music, but it also tries to be more than that, with inspiration and influences from post-rock, neoclassical, experimental, indie rock, electronic, and more. At moments I felt like I was creating the ambient record Bon Iver never made in 2011. Other times, I thought about some of my favorite contemporary ambient artists like Alaskan Tapes, Hollie Kenniff, Eluvium, loscil, Max Richter, and more."

How To Unravel is an ambient album that can be consumed as a whole, a narrative in texture, tone, and melody, one that works for active listening as much as it does as background music."

Artist: Kilometre Club

Label: We Are Busy Bodies