Sound form perception of moon found within in order to perceive its lunar gift vision of itself at a hearts arms magnetic pulse distance
Side A of Moon Drip was recorded in Los Angeles, CA early 2016
Side B was recorded by dublab at Union Station, Los Angeles, for the " Music For Train Stations " series, March 2016
Electric Sound Bath is Ang Wilson & Brian Griffith
Featured twice on WFMU NYC radio program Avant Ghetto
Lost In A Sea Of Sound -
"Ambient tones for spiritual departures, majestic in the most grandeur sense. These sounds travel high, with vibrations tuned for ethereal ears. The astounding aspect of this group and composition is the organic instrumentation, an other-worldly undertaking colliding with very earthly sounds."
Microphones In The Trees-
"Latest release from Sweden cozy label Fluere Tapes follows the aesthetics of best ambient-drone outfits blossomed on tape scene in 2009-2011 – shimmering lo-fi soundscapes taken from guitars and synths, slowly evolving atmosphere, calming/meditative touch, feeling of something personal, as if played on private event for a few friends... Seems predictable at first glance, especially for one who's not that much into lengthy drone tapestries, but hides gorgeous moments of serenity and pure bliss for those who know how to listen. Nothing special, actually – get rid of any expectations, turn off analyzing parts of your mind, make yourself comfortable and simply enjoy the ride of slow waves of sound. Then every change of mood in music seems so natural to current time and space – something that was truly needed right-here-right-now but wasn't clear until the very moment of appearance. Expected and surprising at the same time – that's the magic of this tape. Quite often perception of music has certain competitive aspect, like you're testing the ability of musicians to surprise you, evaluating their skills, knowledge of technical side, etc.. And a lot of artists and listeners are good with that, even at ambient/drone scene... Yet, ambient music shouldn't be perceived such way, it's purpose and it's possibility stretches far more forward. Without getting too new-agey, I'd say that music like "Moon Drip" (which is actually a very fine example of non-centered sound continuum usually called ambient) is a wonderful mood changer – calming and transparent, gentle enveloping wave full of bright glares and distant echoes, yet dynamic enough and always changing, every time at any angle if you look close enough. Highly enjoyable background for evening chill and perfect companion for morning walk along the waterfront. And don't forget about the last track "Music For Train Stations", which spans over 40 minutes and suits its name very-very well. Now you know which tape you should take to the next train trip! "