|Artist:||Henriksen, Arve||Added:||Jan 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-04-24||Pull Date:||2005-06-26|
|Week Ending:||Jun 12||May 29||May 22||May 15||May 8||May 1|
|1.||Aug 19, 2020:||Some Songs Without Words
|4.||Jul 20, 2005:||Come Play In The Milky Night, Chapter 2: Aurora
|2.||Jan 22, 2006:||Dancing in Outer Space
|5.||Jun 07, 2005:||Baptism of My Moody Guitar
|3.||Aug 08, 2005:||Go For Dover: Too Many Things!
|6.||May 26, 2005:||Baptism of Solitude
1) Warm atmospheric noise with some instrument that sounds like muted trumpet improvising a mournful hollow tune. Beautifully fluid and dynamical. 2 Minutes in, vocals take charge, singing a nostalgic, pining tune punctuated by really intense moments. 2) Slightly more motion than the previous track. There are now various forms of percussion, tapping and pulsing rapidly. Engaging cut. 3) Extremely slow and ambient. [Almost] entirely beatless, the track moves in and out of existence. Murky and haunting. 4) Ambient and instrumental, drifting. 5) Quiet and pensive. Gentle muted horns, one of those shaking-gourd percussion things, and powerfully musical vocals. 6) Warm pulsing (Indian?) drums with sensual work on the forms a la Jaga Jazzist. More condensed and cohesive than most of the other cuts 7) Eastern-sounding flute melodies over whispy electronic noise. 8) Brooding, dark and ambient. No vox. 9) Creamy layered brass with a hypnotic pulsing percussion section. 10) Short and mournful; combining the flute and the brass instruments in a seamless warm evocative cut without the vocals.
-Mike, i.e. The Professor
|1.||Opening Image||6.||Parallel Action|
|2.||Birs Eye View||7.||Circled Take|
|5.||Blue Silk||10.||Ending Image|