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observatories (Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall) // frost forms CD

observatories (Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall) // frost forms CD

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British ambient artistIan Hawgood and Craig Tattersal aka The Humble Bee will be joining the country's ambient label in October 2023.quiet detailsIt is a CD released from.

Contains 6 hazy ambient to ambient drone songs.It is a 6-page spread paper jacket with obi.Out of print.

Previous workIs also recommended.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more quiet details eleases available at Tobira.

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CD in 6-panel digipack w/ recycled cardstock and quiet details white transparent outer strip. 

Tracklist:

  1. frost laced fields 09:54
  2. rain patters 07:00
  3. wooden boulder 05:34
  4. picking up stones 06:42
  5. rain patterns 06:19
  6. freezing oil heart 06:46

Text excerpt by quiet details:

"[...]This album, frost forms, is the next evolution after their first two observatories releases - their sensitivity and nuanced approach to every aspect of sound comes together here in the most beautiful way.

Both experts in the use of magnetic tape, wistful fraying piano loops combine with deeply textural field recordings and so many more harmonic fragments of unknown origin - melodic phrases fade in and out of view, microscopic appear elements from the ether and there is a mesmerizing quality meaning you often find yourself in a beautiful and immersive new world without knowing quite how you got there.

Hypnotising and kaleidoscopic - the sense of space and depth is so organic, and gradual shifts in timbre and structure keep you entirely transfixed for the duration, and resonates long afterwards.

There's a bravery and creativeness to their music constantly surprises - delicate, reflective and expertly crafted - everything in its right place and paced to perfection.

It's my great pleasure to share this with you, so much respect and admiration for both of these artists - I'm sure you'll love it as much as I do.

The artwork was made as always influenced by the music and idea behind the album - I hand-made paper sheets and dyed them with natural indigo, this was then collaged and captured using analogue photography. The resulting images were manipulated by hand and in various ways to arrive at the final artwork."

Artist: observatories (Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall)

Label: quiet details

British ambient artistIan Hawgood and Craig Tattersal aka The Humble Bee will be joining the country's ambient label in October 2023.quiet detailsIt is a CD released from.

Contains 6 hazy ambient to ambient drone songs.It is a 6-page spread paper jacket with obi.Out of print.

Previous workIs also recommended.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more quiet details eleases available at Tobira.

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

CD in 6-panel digipack w/ recycled cardstock and quiet details white transparent outer strip. 

Tracklist:

  1. frost laced fields 09:54
  2. rain patters 07:00
  3. wooden boulder 05:34
  4. picking up stones 06:42
  5. rain patterns 06:19
  6. freezing oil heart 06:46

Text excerpt by quiet details:

"[...]This album, frost forms, is the next evolution after their first two observatories releases - their sensitivity and nuanced approach to every aspect of sound comes together here in the most beautiful way.

Both experts in the use of magnetic tape, wistful fraying piano loops combine with deeply textural field recordings and so many more harmonic fragments of unknown origin - melodic phrases fade in and out of view, microscopic appear elements from the ether and there is a mesmerizing quality meaning you often find yourself in a beautiful and immersive new world without knowing quite how you got there.

Hypnotising and kaleidoscopic - the sense of space and depth is so organic, and gradual shifts in timbre and structure keep you entirely transfixed for the duration, and resonates long afterwards.

There's a bravery and creativeness to their music constantly surprises - delicate, reflective and expertly crafted - everything in its right place and paced to perfection.

It's my great pleasure to share this with you, so much respect and admiration for both of these artists - I'm sure you'll love it as much as I do.

The artwork was made as always influenced by the music and idea behind the album - I hand-made paper sheets and dyed them with natural indigo, this was then collaged and captured using analogue photography. The resulting images were manipulated by hand and in various ways to arrive at the final artwork."

Artist: observatories (Ian Hawgood and Craig Tattersall)

Label: quiet details