"Multifarious Visions from the Sonic Margins"

Saturday 24 December 2011

Terrascopic View of The Ley Hunter's Companion

In this week's second very welcome review the good folks at Terrascope Online have included The Ley Hunter's Companion in their December issue of Rumbles, here's what they have to say:

 "The Ley Hunter's Companion" is a two track EP whose opening cut is strongly reminiscent of Manuel Göttsching's seminal trance epic "E2-E4." The basic rhythm and style is augmented after a few minutes by an analogue-sounding addition, while the base sequence flickers and mutates. At the end of the track a lovely analogue lead line emerges, alas far too briefly. The second cut opens with a softly shimmering sequence reminiscent perhaps of Terry Riley, with more hints of Ashra coming in later."

Thanks guys!

full issue here:  http://www.terrascope.co.uk/Reviews/Rumbles_December_11.htm

Copies are still available direct from the label, email dissolving (dot) records (at) yahoo (dot) co (dot) uk for prices and shipping.

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