Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Test Card - Music For The Towers [Sound In Silence 071]

Another new release put on the circuit on January 9th, 2k20 via the ever active Greek imprint that is Sound In Silence is "Music For The Towers", the second album for the label created by Lee Nicholson employing his solo moniker Test Card. Spanning a runtime of roughly 45 minutes with a total of eight tracks sporting elaborate titles like "It Calmed The Hedges And Blurred The Buildings", "Let Single Sideband Loneliness Receivers Be Happy", "Horizontal Sweep Correction Lullaby" or "We Oscillated Like Sheep Grazing On Grassy Waveforms", the last mentioned being our personal favorite cut on the entire longplay piece, the music of Test Card is meandering in between beauteous and soft harmonic Ambient structures somewhat informed by classical composition techniques as well as elements of PopAmbient, Indietronica and - partly folksy - Post-PostRock for an ever calming, most relaxing listening experience. If this sounds appealing to you go check for a reason. You won't be disappointed.

Album artwork on Instagram!


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