Analogue Attic returns this March with a debut EP from Thomas Gray & Liam Ebbs, entitled ‘3 Days, 2 Nights’ and comprising four originals from the duo.
The tracks on the record were inspired by a journey to Barrington Tops, a national park in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. The music itself has a physical link to this area through the field recordings present in the songs and is also imbued with many vague and wistful memories of the summer trip.
"Sitting Atop Mount Allyn as the sun rose over the distant hilltops, we were struck by the cyclical beauty of nature. We were visitors in this place, where everything would continue as it was whether we were there to see it or not. It is this feeling that perhaps influenced us the most in the writing of the record. It infuses organic with electronics, whilst also mimicking the concurrent sense of happiness and melancholy that is often associated with experiences of nature.’’
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I don't know what genre this belongs to, but it's a genre that fills me with peace and transports me far away. At times it reminds me of the quieter Kuniyuki Takahashi tracks. Brilliant. David Chatenay