Like any good story, the story of Field Records has been one that comes in chapters. After three excellent full length projects from Kartei, L’estasi Dell’oro and D.Å.R.F.D.H.S., the label moves forward with a three-part selection of solo artist EPs from Staffan Linzatti, Szare and Isorinne in the coming months.
The third and final chapter in a three-part EP series from Field Records comes from Michel Isorinne, who has released a number of tapes under various lies in recent times. Little else is known about the man but for the fact that he makes earthly, organic ambient that is filled with found sounds and subtle progression.
The first track 'Blurred Perceptions of Substance' proves exactly that, with its tweeting bird calls, horizontal church bells and the distant and gentle patter of rain all soothing the brain. The thoroughly absorbing mood continues through all six tracks, which range from downbeat and sombre to more cautiously optimistic.
The sounds of crinkled paper, big organs, heavenly chords, gently tumbling, slo motion drums and lots more besides all colour these tracks to perfection. To put them on and tune in to them is to forget about the outside world and get lost in emotive soundtracks that transport you to another place entirely.
released January 11, 2016
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