Continental Drift

by Faures

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SILENCE ET LIBERTÉ
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SILENCE ET LIBERTÉ Drones, synths and epic sound walls emerging from a distant fog. Meditative, peaceful and as if from the inside of an iceberg. Sounds that aspire to the light. An outstanding, deep and imaginative album with subtle electronics. Apart from "Day" by Christopher Hipgrave (homenormal.bandcamp.com/album/day), for me it is the strongest album in the catalogue of Home Normal. Favorite track: Isostatic Uplift.
Egg Wizard
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Egg Wizard Gorgeous drifting drone magnum opus, culminating in the ecstatic white out of Magnetic Striping. Almost a "sleep" album, more a "waking up" one? Singular loveliness in pale smeared textures. Favorite track: Magnetic Striping.
Asa Doktor
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Asa Doktor could be 5 times longer Favorite track: Orogenic Uplift.
Odile A. O. Strik / Evening of Light
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Odile A. O. Strik / Evening of Light From a while ago: Continental Drift by Faures (2014, Home Normal) is a gorgeous floating dronework. It definitely touches upon its theme with a suite of shifting and grinding tectonics. But the lighter side of the spectrum is equally rich, with subtle hisses, gentle melodies, and aural whiteouts. A delicate piece of art. Favorite track: Magnetic Striping.
Dotflac
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Dotflac In this album, Faures takes us into the ever-changing earth's crust.

Noisy synthesizers and ethereal strings picture the emergence of submerged mountains in Asthenospheric Movement(s), soft synths and a light piano melody remind the heights of Himalaya in Orogenic Uplift, while distorted instruments collide like continental plates in Magnetic Striping.

A mind travel offering an interesting contrast between aerial compositions and underground suggested cataclysms.

Totally seducing. Favorite track: Asthenospheric Movement I.
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about

"It let them float and drift, break apart and converge. Where they broke away, cracks, rifts, trenches remain; where they collided, ranges of folded mountains appear."
Hans Cloos

Faures are:


René Margraff. He lives and works in Berlin. He started Pillowdiver in 2008.

pillowdiver.bandcamp.com

Samuel Landry. Le Berger is the moniker for his artistic, conceptual & professional endeavors. He hails from Montreal.

leberger.org

Fuzz Lee. Elintseeker is the solo project of Fuzz Lee from Singapore. 

elintseeker.bandcamp.com

credits

released February 21, 2014

Written, performed, processed and mixed by René Margraff, Samuel Landry and Fuzz Lee. Recorded in Germany, Canada and Singapore from mid to late 2012.

Photography by René Margraff.
Mastered by Ian Hawgood.
Designed by Christian Roth.

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