You know the instant when something you hear strikes a chord with you, reflecting your emotions back at you. You also know the significance with which such music chimes with the experience of being human, whether it has been created through the use of electronics or actual instruments in shaping tone and texture. Goodparley’s new album is about both having the artist colarabate with his mother Cathy Richards who plays cello, electric violin and mandolin, which are in turn treated to a distortion of reality via treatments and sentiments across four extended pieces. Mist, Rain, Dust: Dissected Frequencies expresses a sense of wonder like it does introspection but never loses the thrill of excitement in doing so.
Release: June 11
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