Sam Rosenthal (USA) and Jarguna (Italy) merge with the sunset on their first electronic/ambient collaboration, a work that lingers in the ephemeral dusk of dreams. It's an evocative blend of drones and synths coloring the margins without overwhelming the music's essential fragility. Sensitive sonic montages lead listeners quietly into the twilight where the sustaining ambient moods eventually resolve to rise up again as in "Evening market of the petal fields part 3" where Erik Wollo's Kosmische electric guitar rides atop Jarguna's analog sequencer patterns. Existing in the liminal space between day or night, dawn or dusk, wakefulness or sleep, Sunwashed evening fire's mysteriously fleeting sections form a fitting accompaniment for the solitude of these internal states.
Sam Rosenthal (USA) and Jarguna (Italy) merge with the sunset on their first electronic/ambient collaboration, a work that lingers in the ephemeral dusk of dreams. It's an evocative blend of drones and synths coloring the margins without overwhelming the music's essential fragility. Sensitive sonic montages lead listeners quietly into the twilight where the sustaining ambient moods eventually resolve to rise up again as in "Evening market of the petal fields part 3" where Erik Wollo's Kosmische electric guitar rides atop Jarguna's analog sequencer patterns. Existing in the liminal space between day or night, dawn or dusk, wakefulness or sleep, Sunwashed evening fire's mysteriously fleeting sections form a fitting accompaniment for the solitude of these internal states.
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Sunwashed Evening Fire
Artist: Sam Rosenthal
Format: CD
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Sam Rosenthal (USA) and Jarguna (Italy) merge with the sunset on their first electronic/ambient collaboration, a work that lingers in the ephemeral dusk of dreams. It's an evocative blend of drones and synths coloring the margins without overwhelming the music's essential fragility. Sensitive sonic montages lead listeners quietly into the twilight where the sustaining ambient moods eventually resolve to rise up again as in "Evening market of the petal fields part 3" where Erik Wollo's Kosmische electric guitar rides atop Jarguna's analog sequencer patterns. Existing in the liminal space between day or night, dawn or dusk, wakefulness or sleep, Sunwashed evening fire's mysteriously fleeting sections form a fitting accompaniment for the solitude of these internal states.