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Lawrence English - A Colour For Autumn album mp3

Lawrence English - A Colour For Autumn album mp3

Performer: Lawrence English
Title: A Colour For Autumn
Country: US
Released: 2009
Style: Drone, Minimal, Ambient
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 393
Other formats: MP1 ADX XM MP2 MIDI MPC MOD

Lawrence English (born 1976) is a composer, artist and curator living in Brisbane, Australia. His work is broadly concerned with the politics of perception, specifically he is interested in the nature of listening and sounds' capability to occupy the body. He is the director of the imprint Room40, started in 2000. English's music is recognised as exploring "environmental and musical sources and is highly regarded for its intelligent invocation of perception, memory and space".

As on that album, the music consists of delicate changes and minute gradations leading from one atmosphere of crystalline tones to another. Unlike that album, though, the overall vibe of A Colour for Autumn is warm, embracing, caressing. English's music is usually a subdued form of ambient electronica wrapped around a conceptual core, and that is the case once again, although he truly surpassed himself here in lulling and transporting the listener.

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Tracklist

Droplet 6:49
Watching It Unfold 5:49
The Prelude To 2:16
The Surface Of Everything 5:01
Galaxies Of Dust 5:23
Stillness In Motion 5:35
... And Clouds For Company 6:21

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12K1052 Lawrence English A Colour For Autumn ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) 12k 12K1052 US 2009
SLGV001, DIGIV026 Lawrence English A Colour For Autumn ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Sweat Lodge Guru, Digitalis Recordings SLGV001, DIGIV026 US 2010


Reviews (2)
Brajind
Stillness in Motion was the first track of his I hear. Its also my entry into ambient music. I think its safe to say my discovery was phenomenal.

Wohald
More than a year has gone by since this 12k release, and yet another fall is here, just as gray as the last one, begging for some touch of color, even if it's in the mid-range frequencies. Australian sound artist, Lawrence English has already released many amazing of albums on his very own, Room40 label, as well as our favorite Touch and of course, Taylor Deupree's 12k. A Colour For Autumn seems to follow in the footsteps of his previous release, For Varying Degrees Of Winter (Baskaru, 2007), thematically tailored for seasonal transit, cycles, and weather. "Like all environmental phenomena, seasonal variation is highly localized, and expressed not only visually through vegetation etc, but also sonically as insect life, leaves under foot and fauna all change in response to the climatic shifts." Bathed in field recordings and micro-tonal ambient pads, the sound at times swells towards harsher edges, then retreats with acoustic textures. Synthetic blends with organic, as the continuous beeping of the telephone's tone, blends on top of guitar strums and synth sweeps. Recorded during two years (2007-09), each piece serves as an "auditory portrait" (a produced version of our Sound Postcards), capturing a unique experience of Autumn from the southern hemisphere. With a few contributions from Dean Roberts and Christian Fennesz, this album shall soothe and warm the weary bones in the windy days to come. Check out the recent releases by Lawrence English on Touch - Incongruous Harmonies as well as his latest collaboration with Minamo on A Path Less Travelled (Room40, 2010).

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