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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
Sunday, 27 July 2014
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Lunt | 'Water belongs to the night' | Tremens Archives | 2014

 


Lunt | 'Water belongs to the night' | Tremens Archives | 2014

Gilles Deles es un compositor y ingeniero de sonido francés y co-fundador del sello We are Unique Records y del subsello Tremens Archives. Deles ha editado discos hace más de una década en su propio sello, en Another Record, Nexsound, Hitomi Recordings y en Carbon Records.
La inmensidad en el horizonte que se aprecia en la portada del disco da cuenta de los paisajes sonoros que teje Deles con su guitarra y los distintos efectos sobre la guitarra nos muestran paisajes ambientales sosegados como 'No matter where we drown' o 'The liquid gleam part 1' y 'part 2' y 'Lift your hands to the light' donde las notas cristalinas de la guitarra flotan por el espacio. 'Stumbling crystals' parece una caja musical disonante, quizá la antesala a los ambientes más ruidosos de 'Golem of fire (a tribute to Heraclite)'. De regreso a la calma, en 'The intrasitivist', la guitarra desliza breves acordes sostenidos con un drone y continua este mismo viaje en 'I was born in an ocean of sound (waves can be pregnant too)'.
'Water belongs to the night' produce grandes anbientes sonoros.
www.thetremensarchives.com

Guilllermo Escudero
Julio 2014

 

Gilles Deles is a French composer, sound engineer and co-founder of the label We are Unique Records and Tremens Archives sublabel. Deles has released albums for over a decade on his own label, on Another Record, Nexsound, Hitomi Recordings and Carbon Records.
The vastness on the horizon that can be seen on the CD artcover show soundscapes weaving Deles on his electric guitar plus several effects deploying ambient guitar landscapes like on 'No matter where we drown' or 'The liquid gleam part 1' and 'part 2' and 'Lift your hands to the light', where crystalline guitar notes float through space. 'Stumbling crystals' seems a dissonant musical box, maybe a prelude to the noisiest environments of 'Golem of fire (a tribute to Heraclite)'. Back to ambience, on 'The intrasitivist' a slide guitar and short chords are sustained by a drone and this same trip carry on on 'I was born an ocean of sound in (waves can be pregnant too)'.
'Water belongs to the night' produce great soundscapes.
www.thetremensarchives.com

Guillermo Escudero
July 2014

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