RED ROSE AND OBSIDIAN by MILLION BRAZILIANS

SKU98671
ArtistMILLION BRAZILIANS
TitleRED ROSE AND OBSIDIAN
LabelLULLABIES FOR INSOMNIACS
Catalog #LFI 008
Genre
ReleaseW 40 - 2017
FormatVinyl - EULP
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Tracks

  1. When The Ship Comes
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/1_when_the_ship_comes.mp3
  2. Dark Clouds Gather
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/2_dark_clouds_gather.mp3
  3. Red Rose & Obsidian
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/3_red_rose_amp_obsidian.mp3
  4. Geodelphic Empathies
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/4_geodelphic_empathies.mp3
  5. Traversing The Violet Skies
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/5_traversing_the_violet_skies.mp3
  6. Behold
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/r/98671_red_rose_and_obsidian/6_behold.mp3

Description

Million Brazilians formed in Portland, Oregon in 2006. Founding members Grant Corum and Suzanne Stone have been central to the band since it’s inception, while a rotating line-up backs them depending on the latest vision for the sound. TIP!The band carry out their own interpretation of a genre bending ethos that has evolved throughout the American underground. Drifting between boundless compositions, focused energetic improvisations and experimental collaborations that embrace a weird sort of transcendence. Their next installment Red Rose and Obsidian was recorded in Maine and engineered by Big Blood’s Caleb Mulkerin. Both he and the band deliver a powerful yet fragile and personal release. The mythical and evocative recordings are inspired by Maine's rugged coastlines; mournful ripples of sound wash up on the shore, whilst a lonesome, at times harrowing saxophone drifts through the rolling mountains, providing unsettling melodic interludes. Electronic treatments veil organic sounds, a fleeting whistle meets spontaneously with spacey flutes, mutated rock rhythms are topped off with the soaring vocals of Suzanne Stone who leads the listeners into the magical world of the Million Brazilians.

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