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@LaimaPersik's #DiMENSiONS #29

@LaimaPersik's #DiMENSiONS #29

Playing tracks by

øjeRum, Ed Carlsen, Jim Perkins, Pausal, Agan and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 4th in the #noise chart and 11th in the #experimental ambient chart.

An iridescent world of rejuvenating sound.

Tracklist:

1. Olan Mill – Chort (April 13, 2017)
2. Olan Mill – Tallole (April 13, 2017)
3. Ed Carlsen – Loom (May 1, 2017)
4. Jim Perkins – Flutter (May 1, 2017)
5. Federico Durand – Clavel (January 01, 2017)
6. Pausal – Scatter (April 28, 2017)
7. Agan – Unconscious Connections (April 27, 2017)
8. øjeRum – Træerne & Intetheden (II) (May 5, 2017)
9. øjeRum – He Remembers There Were Gardens (Excerpt) (February 27, 2017)
10. Olan Mill – Ochang (March 31, 2017)
11. Olan Mill – Alve (March 31, 2017)
12. Holkham – The Exquisite Corpse for Accordion, Viola and Church Organ (May 1, 2017)

Played on #RKC – Radio Kaos Caribou on 20/05/2017

Comments

mondo guano

Glad you also enjoy the exquisite beauty of Olan Mill - there are more delights on the Serein label where the Mill was previously situated. A peaceful place to visit..
Many thanks for another sumptuous set Laima.

LaimaPersik

Alex Smalley's sounds are heavily, taking into the inner landscapes of human perception.
Thank You.

LaimaPersik

Show includes:
- Olan Mill weaves an infinite, ever changing array of kaleidoscopic forms into “elaborate patterns of remarkable beauty”. “If you can compare music to painting, ‘Cavade Morlem’ is a landscape aquarelle, blurred and fuzzy, and its interpretation has to be considered by the observer himself.” – Review by Andrew Dienes http://www.brutalresonance.com/review/olan-mill-cavade-morlem https://dronarivm.bandcamp.com/album/cavade-morlem
- Tracks by Ed Carlsen, Jim Perkins, Holkham appear courtesy of Moderna Records.
‘The Exquisite Corpse’ is based on the eponymous surrealist game. https://bigoandtwigetti.bandcamp.com/track/loom
- “Federico Durand’s music is a weave of sound searching introspection and delight through simple melodies, made in the heart of Argentina.” – New York-based music label 12k.
- Pausal creates shimmering percussive metallics of “Scatter”. “The dizzying heights of inspiration scaled by ‘Avifaunal’ make it an equally cerebral and exhilarating journey.” https://stationarytravels.wordpress.com/2017/05/20/pausal-avifaunal-dronarivm
- ‘Amplification Of Movements’ is an album which is subject to different interpretations. “The natural paths soon turn into oneself deepest roots. The amplification arises, therefore, as a consequent analysis of breaths, of the arterial pulsations and gastrointestinal movements, extracted out of the human component and immersed in the natural one.” https://stochastic-resonance.bandcamp.com/album/sr-014-amplification-of-movements
- Paw Grabovski's beautiful first release with Champion Version under his øjeRum alias. “Like his stunning art collages, there is genuine and profound emotion running through the two movements here with graceful and mumbled organ pieces that alternately cascade and fall away.” https://oejerum.bandcamp.com/album/tr-erne-intetheden-i-ii
- Experimental cinematic work the single track album ‘He Remembers There Were Gardens’ by øjeRum. On this track “he uses a slow moving organ to create an alternate soundtrack to Chris Marker's beautiful slideshow-like time travel film La Jetée. Those familiar with the film with have no difficulty in recalling the flashes of a destroyed world, the status of the museum, and the moment on the platform. Even if you haven't seen the film, the breathing of Grabowski's organ will conjure similar images and moments. It fluctuates between the drifts and falls and the throb and hum of a person lost in time and place.” – Through a musical lens: øjeRum – He remembers there were gardens [KrysaliSound] https://stationarytravels.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/through-a-musical-lens-ojerum-he-remembers-there-were-gardens-krysalisound/
- “Olan Mill’s latest album ‘Orient’ opens with the heavy sound of static but quickly turns to lush string sounds... All of ‘Orient’ feels like the listener is being transported to the Land of Narnia or some other magical world.” – Review by Brendan Moore https://www.fluid-radio.co.uk/2017/04/olan-mill-orient/