It’s Friday. My week’s been extremely hectic, despite the fact that it’s spring break for me, so I feel like it needs to end on a relaxing note. I bring to you yet another release from the ever-so solid Low Point and it has plenty for you to chew on – don’t let the fact that there’s only two tracks on here fool you. Each one clocks in at over eighteen minutes in playing time. Gareth Hardwick’s “Sixteenth February Twenty Twelve” (I wonder what the significance of that date is?) is quite reminiscent of a Windy & Carl song with its shimmering soft guitar providing the backbone – think something befitting their self-titled EP that came out on RSD two years ago, Songs for the Broken Hearted or We Will Always Be.

The first half of P Jørgensen’s “Four Pieces for Moreschi” is extremely similar to Jim O’Rourke’s two and a half hour epic “A Long Night.” The second half becomes a colorful ambient whitewash. If you’re familiar with those comparisons, you already know what that means – the drone is strong with this one. Check out this release below via the Bandcamp player and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details

Limited edition vinyl LP packaged in a full colour matt sleeve.

Includes immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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edition of 200

Price $18.29

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