microphones in the trees: tirath singh nirmala

Sunday, March 22, 2009

tirath singh nirmala

“An excellent collection of electro-acoustic drones, eye-lolling bell tones and automatic musics in the vein of Neil Campbell/Richard Youngs/Matthew Bower/Vibracathedral Orchestra et al.” volcanic tongue
“Streams of electronic & casio light converge like thousands of beams of sunlight alongside massed hand percussion shake and clatter and frenetically fluttering flutes. A midway spot between Moondog and the jungle ecstasies of some of the recent Skaters’ extracurricular projects.” melody bar
"From elevated drones to gut-spit vocal edits, blown woodwinds and heavyelectronics, this is one of the finest summations of music made in ‘the Tirathera’ - English artist John Clyde-Evans has retired his Tirath Singh Nirmala name and now flies under the jce banner...." tomentosa
no sé qué decir, growing into the wind es uno de esos discos que parecen salidos de una realidad paralela, como the naïve shaman de richard youngs. through damp violence

5 comments:

gris-gris said...

me gusta, en melody bar lo clavan, moondog en la selva en un festival tribal. incluso la fallida 'ember dance' que abre el disco puede entenderse como el rito inicial.

'through damp violence'!!

adrián

Anonymous said...

Beautiful record. I just bought a copy over the weekend. Nice choice.

rafa said...

increíble!!! llevo toda la semana esperando para poder oirlo con calma. va más allá de ser bueno, otra de esas veces en las que desearías ser capaz de hacer un disco así. tirath es el espíritu!!!

ana said...

cuántos discos del año llevamos ya? :)

african said...

great news. thnx!