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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
Sunday, 01 May 2011
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Sublamp, “In Our Hidding Voice”, Hibernate Records, 2011

 


Sublamp, “In Our Hidding Voice”, Hibernate Records, 2011

Ryan Connor aka Sublamp reside en Los Ángeles y ha estado editando discos desde 2007 en Serac (EE.UU), Pehr (EE.UU), SEM (Francia), Dragon’s Eye Recordings (EE.UU), Friendly Virus (Portugal), Ahora Eterno (Argentina) y Hibernate Recordings (Reino Unido).
“In Our Hidding Voice” es su sexto disco que muestra drones y pesadas y saturadas guitarras y otros elementos.
Diferentes capas de abrasivos y densos ruidos crean una oscura atmósfera de aislacionismo, una perfecta banda sonora de espectrales y borrosos paisajes.
‘We Sleep in a Room-Shaped Hole’ factura en la profundidad del alma de este tema, una melodía soterrada  que despliega una sutil y bella forma.
“String Trails” se mueve en la composición ambient en tanto que “Corner Ghost” muestra una textura granular que dibuja un paraje diferente en este álbum.
‘Cut a Door Where the Walls Meet’ con su inquietante resonancia pone tensión y equilibrio a los celestiales drones de ‘Hiding Song’, último corte de este disco. ¡Delicado!
www.hibernate-recs.co.uk y www.sublamp.com

Guillermo Escudero
Mayo 2011


 

Los Angeles-based Ryan Connor aka Sublamp has been releasing records since 2007 on Serac (USA), Pehr (USA), SEM (France), Dragon’s Eye Recordings (USA), Friendly Virus (Portugal), Ahora Eterno (Argentina) and Hibernate Recordings (UK).
“In Our Hidding Voice” is his sixth release which displays drones and heavy and saturated guitar and other elements.
Different layers of dense and abrasive noises create a dark atmosphere of isolationism, a perfect soundtrack for spectral and hazy landscapes.
‘We Sleep in a Room-Shaped Hole’ craft in the very deep soul of the track, a hidden melody that unfolds a subtle shape of beauty.
“String Trails” moves into a more ambient composition while “Corner Ghost” shows a granular texture that draws a different picture in the album.
‘Cut a Door Where the Walls Meet’ with its unsteady resonance puts tension and balance to the celestial drones of ‘Hiding Song’, the last cut of the album. Delicate!
www.hibernate-recs.co.uk and www.sublamp.com

Guillermo Escudero
May 2011 
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