A striking collaboration took place between Belfi on drums and assorted small percussion and Zuydervelt on guitar and organ. Together they produce the 'pulses' and 'places' mentioned in the title. Organic yet partially improvised, it resembles a kind of sonic geography. The listener is taken away for a journey of mild drones, soft yet outspoken percussion. A strong release.
released January 9, 2009
Andrea Belfi: drums, percussino, synths, acoustic guitar, objects, casiotone and whistling.
Rutger Zuydervelt: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, organ, objects and gong.
Recorded, edited and mixed at Geluidwerkplaats Extrapool, Nijmegen, 5-7 MArch 2009. Finalized in Verona, April 2009.
Mastered by Rashad at Dubplates & Mastering.
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Certainly one of my go-to albums of this style. Enough warmth, tension, depth, and texture to make this a compelling listen for fans of Sakamoto, Illuha, and Deupree...or people just curious about this genre. Matt Cahill
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I go to sleep listening to this song, and I wake up in a beautiful dream state in the morning. It also helps me focus while I write and work. I was heartbroken when this song disappeared on Spotify, so the hunt began. I must say, this song was very difficult to find, but all the more rewarding when I found it. Jonathan Tilley