microphones in the trees: dura

Sunday, February 23, 2014


"a docile reflection of the world through the bend of a droplet. guitar as a tool to conjure atmospheric changes. controlling the weather pattern with a pattern of tonal motions. altered resonance from Dura (Mattson Ogg) finds its weight in focused, sprawling ambient motions swirling around tactile compositions. as much rooted in american primitive stylings as by ambient guitar work, these recordings explore as much as they manifest." patient sounds

 ~ taking naps to make music to take naps to. ambient primitive ~

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“two guitar works inspired by the warmth of floral Mid-Atlantic nights. set adrift between nostalgia and the endlessness of streetlights. sometimes the moon’s so bright you can’t see anything else.”

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