Peter Broderick, American¬†neo-classical composer, had¬†one of his first¬†albums,¬†Float, reissued and remastered via¬†Erased Tapes¬†late last year – it came out back in 2008. I’m, one, a little bit shocked this wasn’t sold out yet and, two, we at Sly missed this; we’ve written about Peter and his collaborations multiple times in the past. Anyway, let me stop yammering and get to the point: you should get this. I’m a bit peeved I’m getting to this so late because I feel that this is a record meant for fall/winter – I mean, look at that cover! Peter Broderick’s¬†ability to obtain so much variation¬†out of his tool of choice, the piano, astounds me. Broderick also uses violin, viola and cello (among other instruments) to create opulent¬†tides that swell in and out of consciousness. A fun fact: he plays almost everything you hear, except for viola on tracks 1, 3 and 6-10. Check out the goodness of¬†Float 2013¬†below via the Spotify player and see what you think of it. Let “A Snowflake” land you on that serene beach. Cheers!
Limited Edition 12" Vinyl incl. Album Download incl. 2 digital bonus tracks 'Float 2013 Addendum'
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