On Earth - One Touch Of Nature

2009-07-31 13:05:35 UTC
On Earth - One Touch Of Nature (FRONT) On Earth is the deeply affecting and romantically souring ambient alter ego of Tunbridge Wells based musician Chris Sanson who it seems is possessed of an artistry exquisitely honed and informed by noir framed dronal recitals and an acute grasp of ice tipped minimalist classicism, all at once intimate, detached and deeply desolate. On Earth crafts finitely porcelain curvatures of expressive sepia trimmed tenderness, aching and hurting for the best part these reflectively nostalgic overtures are stained with a bitter sweet solace that reference wise orbit realms more readily occupied by the likes of Max Richter , Hauschka and Bronnt Industries Kapital. ---------------------- ( Hallucinanation inducing drone. This washed out reverberating album is the perfect thing to listen to while working on a school project, reading, or just relaxing. For fans of "Eluvium". ( THIS IS EXTREAMELY GOOD ). ---------------------- Artist - On Earth Album - One Touch Of Nature Release Date - ??? Genre - Experimental, Minimal, Drone Tracklist 01 - Waves 02 - Clear Sky 03 - Celestial Dawn 04 - Twilight 05 - Continuum 06 - Oak 07 - Omni 08 - Awake 09 - Risen 10 - Seasons 11 - Redemption ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On Earth - One Touch Of Nature Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Hammock Steve Roden Deaf Center Eluvium worrieaboutsatan ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Cheers Ed... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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