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2011-04-28 11:58:41 UTC

[ These Seeds ] is " Bobby Yagodich " the man behind [ NIGHT ] who’s been writing and compiling solo material for this project just over a year and a half and finally this year have put them all together and released his the first two albums under the alias of [ These Seeds ].

The latest album [ Greater Distances Pt. 2 ] was written and recorded by " Bobby Yagodich ". This is just the solo ambient stuff that flashes his mind while in his absolute loneliness. All 3 of the [ These Seeds ] releases are for free to download & stream over at bandcamp.

[ We Found Life ] is s harrowing journey that takes you through layers of despairing fog and onwards into the brighter moments of life only brought about through inner-reflection. This album follows the same lush ambient droning styles portrayed in all his previous releases.

But this album stands to bring the aspect of melodic instrumentation to the forefront of the sound and incorporates more soundclips & found sound; bringing a more emotionally tangible feeling to his music this time around. The music on this album finally brings, full-circle, the sound and feeling of all Bobby's previous works together.

Bringing aspects from each album together into one truly meditative monologue on life, Bobby proves yet again that music can transcend its physical properties and take on a new life & meaning when put in the proper contexts.

~~~~~~~ ( The end result of [ These Seeds ] is a lot more slow moving and free form of flaws as oppose to the faster post-rock sound he plays in [ Night ]. Personally I prefer the overall outcome of [ These Seeds ] much more than [ Night ].

It’s a different atmosphere all together " don’t get me wrong " but the sound is just so much drone(ish) and ambient(is). NICE ONE. I can definitely deal with that. [ BandCamp ] ). ~~~~~~~

Artist - These Seeds Album - We Found Life [ * * * * * ] ~ [ SUPER GOOD ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Drone, Instrumental, Dark-ambient [ NICE ONE ] Tracklist 1. Beyond this cellar door ...we found life 04:21 2. The last man on earth [ too much time to think ] 06:56 3. Walk with me, we have much to talk about 08:48 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These Seeds - We Found Life -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - These Seeds Album - Demo Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Drone, Instrumental, Dark-ambient [ NICE ONE ] Tracklist 1. Discreet candlelight 01:25 2. Focus through the fog 03:26 3. The longest bridge isnt always the loneliest 02:21 4. This pile of wood was once our home 05:54 5. A gain at the cost of loss 06:05 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These Seeds - Demo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - These Seeds Album - Greater Distances Pt. 1 Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Drone, Instrumental, Dark-ambient [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 1. A calm only found at the bottom of a lake 03:08 2. Unspoiled embers 02:26 3. Greater distances 02:26 4. Dreams of being at the top of the world 06:31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These Seeds - Greater Distances Pt. 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - These Seeds Album - Greater Distances Pt. 2 Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Drone, Instrumental, Dark-ambient [ NICE ONE ] Tracklist 1. And the morning came with a burst of white light 06:20 2. An ever-rotating canvas of land and sea 05:48 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These Seeds - Greater Distances Pt. 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Austyn Sullivan | Portraits Of American Firing Squads | Ember Wreath | Inverz | Pillowdiver -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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