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PvC - James & Anne

PvC - James & Anne

Playing tracks by

Anne Garner, James Murray, Silent Vigils and Tetherdown.

Chart positions

This upload was 1st in the #instrumental chart, 1st in the #experimental chart, 4th in the #ambient chart and 4th in the #eclectic chart.

We've got something very, very special for you today, folks! A collaboration of forces between three separate entities, Headphone Commute, Ambientblog, and Slowcraft Records, are proud to present a unique mix by a colleague and partner in crime, Peter van Cooten, of beautiful works from a beautiful couple, James Murray and Anne Garner, culminating a selection of compositions they released individually, as well as together under various project names. Peter then carefully compiled these pieces together into a gorgeous journey of ambiance and voice, and now, along with the appearance on the Podcast, we are honoured to offer this little gem to you as a digital download (lossless, of course) via the new entry of Headphone Commute Presents on our Bandcamp! Whew!

For a full track listing and a download of a higher bitrate MP3 stop by headphonecommute.com and subscribe to our podcast!

Please support the artists by purchasing this album as a lossless download: http://hcdi.gs/JamesAnne

Comments

Petteri Tpho

It is great that people play with voices as well, and not everything has to go through some scene-approved template with as little as possible interference with your phonological loop

ambientblog

True! An open mind is a joy forever ;-)

Stationary Travels

Beautifully conceived and executed. Well done, all!

Drustamonemon

Voices are distracting, guys. Is very important, if you want to create a space where the mind could walk in, to discard voices, especially when voices articulating words.

ambientblog

This was nót meant to be an instrumental mix. On the contrary: it's exploring the effect of juxtaposing 'instrumental ambient' with 'articulated vocal tracks' and see how they fit together. Indeed the vocal tracks can be felt as 'distracting' if you expect a fully instrumental strictly ambient mix, but they can also purposeful give direction.

lunchcart
lunchcart

If you don't like the voice on here that's fine, but why do you think everybody else should be of the same opinion. The mix works absolutely fine for me, I love it, especially because of that extraordinary voice.

amitabha16

so great thank you!