The Red Clouds cover sun, moon and stars throwing the world into a pitch dark abyss where textures are only sensed through glimers of occasional light.
Ed. Note: This review is retracted. Artist has chosen to remove the Creative Commons license from this release. This is an automatic 0 rating.
The deep fuss over Morphine Bandit, or any of Textural Records artists is that they are quite heavily involved in some of the purest ambient music on the internet today.
This is an old work from 1999. I can say that I am happy to hear it come to light now as a release from No Type, as the Auld Cove experiment surprises me.
When i was contacted by Bayshore Records to check out their most recent release it started me chasing Bronze Eye’s imperfect past.
A stunning recording. I hadn’t experienced this kind of work since I left college. Let’s look in retro fog with Kevin Krebs to understand his mastery.