Second album from American trio Dawn Chorus And The Infallible Sea, consisting of zakè, Marc Ertel and Damien Duque. Together they're creating soft-textured and slowly unfolding sonic landscapes, somewhere between guitar-oriented drone music and modern classical.
Liberamente is the kind of album that demands attention and patience from the listener, but ultimately a very rewarding one. Stylistically Dawn Chorus and the Infallible Sea sums up several decades of American soundscape and drone music, taking threads from Windy & Carl, Auburn Lull and Stars of the Lid and weaves them into a contemporary, and sonically adventurous, whole. On the surface it suggests simplicity, but dig deeper and the seven pieces on Liberamente reveals a rare compositional dexterity. This is minimalism at its absolute finest. File next to Stars Of The Lid, Arvo Pärt and Auburn Lull.
Dormi Bene, Spirito
Caduta Del Cielo
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