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2012-09-04 13:19:56 UTC

BIO / PRESS RELEASE:

Can't Fake Nature ( Zadar/Zagreb, Croatia ) started in 2010 as an exploration of slow, rolling ambient sounds that would perfectly fit as a soundtrack for documentary flicks on deep sea life. The early focus of then incomplete band was the process of creating musical structures over an imaginary image or a movie sequence. Thus the plot and context became the essence, while premeditated songwriting was pushed in the background.

Their music started to take desired form later, when the project turned into a full band. Musically based in a somewhat heavier post-rock, Can't Fake Nature laid down tracks to their story and self-released a three-song EP entitled "You..." in September 2011.

Newest EP by Can't Fake Nature, named "High / Low Tide" and released on Geenger Records, is the continuation of their ideas, which they like to call "documentary ambient music for the animals". Each fan of [ Mogwai ] ~ [ Neurosis ] ~ [ Isis ] ~ [ Earth ] and similar bands will find something enchanting within these four songs. The EP was recorded by Vedran Kovačić Bely at Chicken Sound Studio, mixed by Jasmin Dasović and mastered by James Plotkin, master of heavy sounds. Artwork and design duties were handed over to Andro Giunio, who made the release look as great as it sounds.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Can't Fake Nature delivers a powerful audio-visual experience where one is led into the unexplored dimensions intertwined with the collage of mysterious underwater flora and fauna. Dim the lights, turn on your player, take a deep breath, and allow them to take you to a journey beyond time, space and other constraints of your mind and body - you will be relaxed, profound and enriched in every sense on your way back.

CREDITS:

Released 30 May 2012 on Geenger Records Recorded by Vedran Kovačić Bely at Chicken Sound Studio, Zagreb All Mixes by [ Jasmin Dasović ] and Mastered by [ James Plotkin ].

MORE POST-ROCK TUNE. Something you most definitely might want to get your hand on, especially if you dig the likes of [ Neurosis ] ~ [ Pelican ] ~ [ Mogwai ]. Well nothing we haven't heard previously in terms on sound / blend / atmospheres and instrumental-wise but it's certainly an intriguing new name / comer I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Do get BOTH Rec'.

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Artist - Can't Fake Nature Album - High / Low Tide Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Experimental [ EXCELLENT SOUND ] Tracklist 1. Under Low Tide 07:23 2 Grinning High Tide 07:10 3. Waves for the Psychonauts 06:49 4. Chant for the Narwhals 07:33 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Can't Fake Nature - High / Low Tide -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Can't Fake Nature Album - You... Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Experimental [ EXCELLENT SOUND ] Tracklist 1. 12- minute Modesty 14:52 2. Ricordea Plains 08:13 3. Ride of the Lupus 09:09 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Can't Fake Nature - You... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: In A Nutshell | Gantz | From Oceans To Autumn | Last Grain In The Hourglass | Giants -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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