Loscil / Endless Falls
Album: Endless Falls   Collection:General
Artist:Loscil   Added:Dec 2010

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2010-12-12 Pull Date: 2011-02-13 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Feb 13 Jan 23 Jan 16 Jan 9 Jan 2 Dec 26 Dec 19
Airplays: 1 2 2 1 2 2 1

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 08, 2015: minimum entropy ii (KZSU-3)
Endless Falls
4. Jan 17, 2011: Ghost Trees
The Making Of Grief Point
2. Feb 08, 2011: the X files
5. Jan 13, 2011: orangeasm
Dub For Cascadia
3. Jan 20, 2011: Rex Nitro Presents: jock Jamz Volume XXtreme
Dub For Cascadia
6. Jan 11, 2011: Ghost Trees
Fern And Robin

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2010-12-09
losicl (lowercase “l”) is Scott Morgan (drummer from Destroyer)’s electro-ambient project. More of a minimalist approach with slower tempos than some other “electronic” music. Dangerous to listen to while driving a car late at night. Quite relaxing, soothing, ambient, planetarium music, but not yet crossing into “New Age” as far as I can tell. RIYL Gas, Pan*American, Brian McBride. One FCC on 8.

*1. Field recording of rain opens track, slow, accordion-like synth seeps in gracefully with deep, sequenced ambient tones, very nice. (7:55)
2. Vague, digital bird cooing, sustained, distant drone, droplet-like interplay of bloops, ringing piano chords come in later. (8:21)
3. Soft, digital bass drum clicks slowly along to sustained synth notes, slow, sleepy track, subtle touches of electro-noise seeping in.(7:07)
4. Dub-influenced, rhythmic electro-scape; chill (6:07)
5. Gentle, bobby oceanic rhythm emerges within deep-sea dolphin mating music. (7:11)
*6. A little more urgent, pressing, sinister; heapings of layers and tones. (7:41)
7. A motif is cycled and slightly varied, kind of warm and (8:44)
8. FCC (one “shit”) Dan Bejar guests on spoken word, vinyl crackling, Tangerine Dream-esque electro-swirl pulse; ends with the sounds of rain. (8:54)

Track Listing
1. Endless Falls   5. Fern And Robin
2. Estuarine   6. Lake Orchard
3. Shallow Water Blackout   7. Showers Of Ink
4. Dub For Cascadia   8. The Making Of Grief Point