While listening to the music on bandcamp I recognized a familiar sound that I really liked. When I looked at the description I saw that Aaron Martin is a part of this group. His musical touch shines through on these tracks. What a great collaboration!
Favorite track: Walking behind Glass.
Lost Tribe Sound
Like stripping Sigur Ros of all that rock pageantry and getting to the emotional center. Surprising in some ways, as the last FTMOTS was beautifully gloomy, and this one leaves me with a bit of warm heart (both good things). Another masterpiece from Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist!
Favorite track: Path for Air.
I love all the songs so it is hard to choose. I am just choosing the first since I have listened to the album all the way through every time I have listened to it; it is just that good.
Favorite track: Path for Air.
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- Original vintage (1950's) interceptor/plotter maps/pilots kit
- 2 x detachable numbered map plates
- 5 x luxury double sided A6 prints
- Hand typed/numbered glassine bags
- Original vintage (1940's) Air Ministry Meteorological Office information
- Original vintage (1930's) aviation notes by C G Burge
- Original inspection stamps
- Housed/sealed in vintage stamped wax bags
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Succeeding 2012’s critically lauded "Woven Tide," Aaron Martin and Dag Rosenqvist hone their combined clarity and depth into a raw strength matched by few of their contemporaries. A triumph of sparse destructive simplicity, "Into The Well" is an uncompromising and evocative tribute to sacrifice. Fluid Audio are proud to partner with From the Mouth of the Sun in a deluxe limited edition customized package.
Since 2005, Gothenburg based musician Dag Rosenqvist's work has graced imprints including Miasmah, Fang Bomb, Under The Spire, Lampse, Lidar, Slaapwel, Kning Disk, Dead Pilot Records, Lowpoint, and Rural Colors.
Since 2006, Kansas based composer Aaron Martin's work has found its rightful home on labels such as Preservation, Mobeer, Experimedia, Type, Under The Spire, and Sonic Meditations.
released October 26, 2015
Music and arrangements by Dag Rosenqvist and Aaron Martin.
Vocals on "Into the Well" arranged and performed by Dawn Smithson and Jerker Lund.
Horns on "Into the Well" performed by Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (trombone) and Jenny Olsson (French horn).
Recorded in Gothenburg, Sweden and Topeka, Kansas.
Mixed by Dag Rosenqvist at The 63rd Link in Gothenburg.
Mastered by Taylor Deupree at 12K Mastering.
Cello, bass, roll up piano, voice, vinyl, singing bowls, banjo, lap steel
Piano, pump organ, Fender Rhodes, various organs and synthesizers, acoustic and electric guitars, glockenspiel, voice and field recordings
This album makes me feel strong pulls of somberness and remorse, but a sense of maturity to it, as if it's but a distant scar now and am ready to move on.
The choice of slow moving cellos is very welcome on this album and makes the full piece feel full. Bombchu Link
Slow Meadow's S/T LP debut is a deftly layered recording. It presents a melancholic yet serene tonality. The tracks and their languid flow are wrapped in classical ambient colors. Of note is the gorgeous cello of Aimee Norris and the violin accompaniment of Andy Shelton, Joshua Ello, and Alia Gonzales. Nice introduction. Brilliant debut. Gary Figueroa