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Small Things On Sundays - Fare Forward mp3 download Performer: Small Things On Sundays
Album: Fare Forward
Released: 2017
Style: Ambient, Noise
Size MP3: 1136 mb.
Size FLAC: 1821 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 784
Other Formats: MP2 TTA MP1 XM AA MMF MP4



Both members are also very active it other projects and have their own labels. At the core of their instruments one always finds 'various treatments of vinyl records', bowed guitar, radio, processing and resampling. The music of Small Things Of Sundays can go in various directions, ranging from quite delicate to very chaotic and messy

Small Things on Sundays. The members’ interest for experimental music and vinyl records led to the formation in 2005, starting with free improvisations with electronic treatments of vinyl records in any tempo. This way Small Things on Sundays has refined their signature sounds, and adde.

This way Small Things on Sundays has refined their signature sounds, and adde. 4 AM is the first full-length release from the danish duo Small Thing on Sundays. It is now a classic recording, featuring slow-speed vinyl and destroyed guitars. Small Things on Sundays. In The Bleak Wilderness Of Sleep by Various Artists. The compilation features 12 tracks from some of the globes most talented sound-designers; a subtly rewarding headphone listen from start to finish. Side A of a new split with Wayne Robert Thomas is a beautiful drone.

Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice) (or simply, Fare Forward Voyagers) is an album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey, released in 1973. It contains three songs, one comprising a complete side of the original LP. Following the fulfillment of his two-album contract with Reprise Records and lackluster sales, Fahey was released from Reprise and went back to recording for his own Takoma label.

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Адрес: Россия, Люберцы, Юбилейная, 4а. ОГРН: 1117746410275

Tracklist

1 Fare Forward 5:20
2 Into The Unknown 15:01
3 Lost Beacon 6:18
4 Entering The Arctic Sea 10:45
5 The Fog Came Rolling In 4:05

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Markon
  • Recorded At – Skrat Studio
  • Mixed At – Skrat Studio

Credits

  • Concept By – Henrik Bagner
  • Cover – Claus Poulsen
  • Layout, Design – Helga Matveeva*
  • Producer – Claus Poulsen

Notes

CD in digifile.
Limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FZL 052 2016 Small Things On Sundays
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched In Mould SID Code Area): ООО "Маркон" Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ №77-103
Original: Vital Weekly ( http://www.vitalweekly.net/1068.html )Music from Small Things On Sundays, Danish duo consisting of Henrik Bagner and Claus Poulsen has been reviewed before, on many occasions, and as recently as Vital Weekly 1059. Both members are also very active it other projects and have their own labels. At the core of their instruments one always finds 'various treatments of vinyl records', bowed guitar, radio, processing and resampling. The music of Small Things Of Sundays can go in various directions, ranging from quite delicate to very chaotic and messy. On this new CD it works out in the first way, the highly atmospheric path is what they walk here and they do an absolutely great job. More (well, or less) than before, the sound of vinyl is not something that one easily recognizes here, and that, in my book, is something that I enjoy very much. Sometimes the whole turntablism posse works on my nerves, and I go thinking 'well, yeah, scratchy records, so what', but whatever treatments Bagner and Poulsen are using, it surely doesn't reveal, or hardly, the fact that they come from vinyl sources. Small Things On Sundays play the ambient card here very much and as such I was reminded of zoviet*france (always a plus in my book) even when Small Things have their own approach. I would say this is one of the best releases I heard from them so far and the best piece is 'Into The Unknown' (perhaps an area ready for improvement are the titles they choose for their pieces), in which they have slowly meandering, drone like sounds, with some chirping insect; at first there was someone outside with a rusty bicycle, but the sound didn't go away, and I realized it was inside the music.