A celebration of slow, focused listening. Juxtaposition of cyclical, seeping melodies.
The paint on the library walls begin to drip, to melt away, as new forms emerge in your perception. An impressive immensity. Familiar contours take flight, melding into a singularity. A conversation heard in the distance. A view of yourself asleep in bed. The singing voices now pull you back despite any resistance. Through the window.
"Recorded on my birthday in 2019, this is my first release that relies solely on turntablism. Crackling string samples, piano, and ghostly voices bring this album into a colorful sonic territory that is quite the departure from the more somber tones of my recent output."
released September 19, 2021
Recorded 10/29/2019. Mixed, arranged, and mastered October 2019 - March 2020.
Nicholas Maloney - Records, turntable, tc electronic hall of fame reverb, Hardwire cm2, Visual Sound tap delay, Mooer reecho, Boss ps6, tc electronic ditto looper, Zoom h4n Pro, Laptop, processing
supported by 12 fans who also own “Entering the Body by Way of Window”
This is a lovely piece of music to lose yourself in, or maybe to fall asleep to, as it caresses you with a gentle drone in its undulating waves of sound. Wave upon wave crashes upon you as you gently drift into a hinterland of consciousness, yet you do not care as the resonances are washing every thought away. Just jump into the waves, add some flanging, and its a brilliantly crafted ride. Krylda
supported by 10 fans who also own “Entering the Body by Way of Window”
Take the shimmering guitars of the Cocteau Twins, dilate and lengthen with the wistfulness of Boards of Canada and release them like one of Robert Rich’s haunting soundscapes with a jazz coda and you have Carlo Giustini's 'Custodi'. It's brilliant. sepulchre19