Temple Music / Soon You Will All Die And Your Lives Will Have Been As Nothing
Album: Soon You Will All Die And Your Lives Will Have Been As Nothing   Collection:General
Artist:Temple Music   Added:May 2011
Label:Anticlock Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-05-08 Pull Date: 2011-07-10
Week Ending: Jun 19 May 29 May 15
Airplays: 1 3 4

Recent Airplay
1. Jun 14, 2014: Music Casserole
4. May 26, 2011: Lost Verses
2. Mar 12, 2014: Brownian Motion
Soon You Will All Die... (entirety of composition)
5. May 26, 2011: mining the orangeasm
3. Jun 18, 2011: Music Casserole
6. May 25, 2011: Brownian Motion

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2011-05-01
A radio version of a 1+ hour continuous track limited release CD, split into 4 tracks. Minimal, sounds, bells, female voice over/spoken poetry, spooky and gothy in the realm of Current 93, Coil. Project “started in 1995 as an offshoot of the English dark folk band Orchis and their interest in ancient Greek modal music, drone, magical trance states and krautrock.” Previous releases on obscure experimental labels, this one is on Belgian label Silken Tofu and comes to us from Oklahoma’s Anticlock Records. Great stuff, as is all Anticlock contributions to KZSU’s library. The bass player “once described his favorite instrument as ‘a delay system’”. Nuff sed.

Tracks 1,2 have a more poetic minimalism, 3,4 are more composed, attention

1) quiet fade-in (~15 secs, careful), minimal pretty guitar, bass, nighttime sounds, bells, voice, slow to evolve
2) quiet intro, nighttime sounds, bells, guitar is me textured, again long and relatively sparse
3) shorter than rest, starts similarly, midway picks up with drums and a beat, chill and dreamy, swirling tones, nice
4) very pleasant ambience entire 13 minutes, chill waves, with minimal voiceover

Track Listing
1. Soon...1/4   3. Soon...3/4
2. Soon...2/4   4. Soon...4/4