microphones in the trees: tuluum shimmering / clime

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

tuluum shimmering / clime

"the sound of Tuluum Shimmering is like a sort of loop driven, timeless ethnic music without a region or a tradition, with more gamble and moxy than one might normally expect from something loosely akin to my laymen's understanding of new age music, but with any real identifiers stripped away. acoustic drone often channels Indian infuences ~raga form, harmonium, tabla~ in the name of abstract psychadelia. a drone release that sounds like it was made exclusively on acoustic instruments." music machine

sold out ~ name your price

"Clime is Jake Webster (Tuluum Shimmering) and Jimmy Billingham (Tidal, Venn Rain, Journey of Mind). live recordings channel echoes of ancient extra-terrestrial civilisations, lost in the jungle, reverse-engineering primitive synthesis and jamming into the eternal with shamanic elders. sweet, syrupy sounds of a hundred bandsmen, tape thick with teeming humidity and ecstatic offerings ~ archaic zones for alien futures. All tracks improvised and recorded live to tape, July 2012 London. Double-tape released by Jake Webster."

sold out ~ free download

fotos: luke bial

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