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1In Fiction2:11
2Capsules 114:48
3Messy Hearts9:10
4Sleepwalk8:34
5She/Swimming5:06
6Explosions In A Four Chambered Heart10:48
7Bellés Jar4:38

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneMoon Ate The Dark Moon Ate The Dark ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Sonic PiecesnoneGermany2012

Créditos

  • Cover [Handmade]Monique Recknagel
  • Electronics [Mics, Pedals, Amps]Christopher Brett Bailey
  • Mastered ByNils Frahm
  • Photography ByNicolas Heiso Kort
  • PianoAnna Rose Carter
  • Recorded ByJoe Garcia

Notas

Recorded on 8-9 August 2011 at King Sound Warehouse and mixed at SOA Studios, Bristol.
Mastered at Durton Studio, Berlin.

CD, ltd edition of 450 handmade copies in book packaging, embossed and numbered

©+℗ Sonic Pieces 2012

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout: www.handlewithcare.de SONICPIECES014CD AC73920-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9708

Empresas

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonic Pieces
  • Copyright (c) – Sonic Pieces
  • Made By – Sonic Pieces
  • Pressed By – Handle With Care
  • Recorded At – King Sound Warehouse
  • Mixed At – State Of Art Studios
  • Mastered At – Durton Studio
  • Designed At – Feld

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Artista: Moon Ate The Dark

Título: Moon Ate The Dark

País: Germany

Fecha de publicación: 08 Jun 2012

Etiqueta: Sonic Pieces

Estilo: Modern Classical, Ambient

Catálogo: sonicpieces 014

Género: Electrónica / Clásica

Tamaño MP3: 2763 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 1350 mb

Clasificación: 4.7 / 5

Votos: 445

Fuente de los registros: CD, Album, Limited Edition

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There’s plenty of beautiful piano music to go around these days. And hey, who’s complaining? I could never get enough! And somehow, among variety of styles, each artist manages to shine, shimmer and sparkle like a bright speckle of dust floating in the darkness of my wine glass, containing an entire universe all within itself. Somehow, there are times for the pensive Library Tapes and the playful Chilly Gonzales; times for the sullen pieces by Dustin O’Halloran and a little somber works by Peter Broderick; times for the bright percussive tracks by Hauschka and the magnificent masterpieces by Nils Frahm. And among these wonderful contemporary classical composers, who have selected the piano as their solo instrument, there’s always room for a new name. Enter Moon Ate The Dark, a project by Welsh pianist Anna Rose Carter and Canadian producer Christopher Brett Bailey with their self-titled debut on Sonic Pieces.

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Anna Rose Carter is not a stranger to the music scene. Born in 1988 she began her musical career with a few EPs in 2010: Something For A Rainy Day EP (Dedicated, 2010) and Silver Lines (Schedios, 2010). A year later she collaborated with Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq) on My Piano Is Broken (Rural Colours, 2011). But a few years prior, Carter met Bailey in London (where both currently reside), and the two have been working on a few improvised pieces [one of which can be found on Carter's Soundcloud]. For a signature touch from the wonderful Sonic Pieces, the limited edition release comes in a canvas bound cover, which I’m sure Monique Recknagel has handcrafted by herself once again. For more from Sonic Pieces, be sure to check out our reviews of Hauschka & Hildur Guðnadóttir’s Pan Tone, Dictaphone’s Poems From A Rooftop, and Gareth Davis & Machinefabriek’s Grower. Also recommended for fans of Ryan Teague, Olan Mill, Clem Leek and Nest.
Bludsong
There’s plenty of beautiful piano music to go around these days. And hey, who’s complaining? I could never get enough! And somehow, among variety of styles, each artist manages to shine, shimmer and sparkle like a bright speckle of dust floating in the darkness of my wine glass, containing an entire universe all within itself. Somehow, there are times for the pensive Library Tapes and the playful Chilly Gonzales; times for the sullen pieces by Dustin O’Halloran and a little somber works by Peter Broderick; times for the bright percussive tracks by Hauschka and the magnificent masterpieces by Nils Frahm. And among these wonderful contemporary classical composers, who have selected the piano as their solo instrument, there’s always room for a new name. Enter Moon Ate The Dark, a project by Welsh pianist Anna Rose Carter and Canadian producer Christopher Brett Bailey with their self-titled debut on Sonic Pieces.

The seven pieces on Moon Ate The Dark at first seem simple and repetitive. But it is their simplicity and repetition that take the center stage and slowly captivate, delight and enchant. The minimal melodies take on a hypnotic quality half way through each track, as barely audible sound processing kicks in, making me wonder at times if it’s an actual audio effect or if my mind is playing tricks on me. This nominal, yet innovative touch by Bailey around Carter’s keys gives a new life to the instrument. A particular darkness is explored on a track titled “In Fiction”, on which a clever rhythmic gating reverb inspires the piano to heartbeat and roar. My favorite rendering of effects on the album is when piano notes echo and reverb in detuned shadows of themselves. There is nothing grandiose throughout the forty-five minutes on the album. But it is this humble approach at making reserved, retained, and restrained music that we’ve come to expect from the catalog of Sonic Pieces. And Moon Ate The Dark does not disappoint.

‘Moon Ate the Dark’ is an album of depth and complexity; a record which would be equally at home on the shelves of avid early 4AD fans as it would in the ranks of any contemporary classical collection. And with a subtle sense of pacing and space, Bailey and Carter have created a record which echoes through the last thirty years of experimental piano music without necessarily sounding exactly like any of it. This should be something we can all cherish.

Anna Rose Carter is not a stranger to the music scene. Born in 1988 she began her musical career with a few EPs in 2010: Something For A Rainy Day EP (Dedicated, 2010) and Silver Lines (Schedios, 2010). A year later she collaborated with Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq) on My Piano Is Broken (Rural Colours, 2011). But a few years prior, Carter met Bailey in London (where both currently reside), and the two have been working on a few improvised pieces [one of which can be found on Carter's Soundcloud]. For a signature touch from the wonderful Sonic Pieces, the limited edition release comes in a canvas bound cover, which I’m sure Monique Recknagel has handcrafted by herself once again. For more from Sonic Pieces, be sure to check out our reviews of Hauschka & Hildur Guðnadóttir’s Pan Tone, Dictaphone’s Poems From A Rooftop, and Gareth Davis & Machinefabriek’s Grower. Also recommended for fans of Ryan Teague, Olan Mill, Clem Leek and Nest.