RIYL: FÃ¼xa, Biosphere, Stars of the Lid, Windy & Carl
Label: Auditory Field Theory
After a hefty day of errand-running yesterday, I’m finally set up in my new place here in New York. I feel as if I’m a broken record (no pun intended) at this point with how many times I believe I’ve extolled this, but listening to ambient music is one of my favorite ways to decompress. As you probably know, there are many types of ambient music and English artist Sun Curves would probably spit out toward the drone/spacier side. You can practically envision yourself in orbit around the earth as Stuart Glover’sÂ strings and horns soar and flourish. As Auditory Field Theory points out, this album “draws one deep into its narcotic haze and lulls you softly amongst the swelling ambience.” Â The cover showcases a shimmering body of dreamy blue water and it looks like it could’ve been taken on a completely different planet. I suppose there’s a reason it’s called Nearly Real.Â Listen toÂ Nearly Real below via the Bandcamp player and see what you think of it. Cheers!
CASSETTE (EDITION / 50) + DIGITAL
2016 . AFT016 . 35M . PRO-DUBBED
Glide across the infinite sun curves as you drift slowly through the sonic ethereal. Sun Curves (Stuart Glover) sophomore offering draws one deep into it's narcotic haze and lulls you softly amongst the swelling ambiance.
A1 Slow Shields
A3 You Were Always Here
B1 Orbital Decay
B2 Our Skyline Telluric
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