Album Review

From The Mouth Of The Sun – Woven Tide (Experimedia, 2012)


From The Mouth Of The SunColor Loss (Experimedia)

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Aaron Martin & Dag Rosenqvist (Jasper, TX) joining forces as From The Mouth Of The Sun, creating a refined beauty, not sounding like the radiant beast above us, but rather some further introverted giant. Unbelievably amazing, Martin & Rosenqvist an absolute perfect pair, masters of both acoustic & electronic, making strings & pianos melt, altogether clean, untouched, manipulated, processed, seamlessly perfect. Songs as tender as can be, with a serene sullenness in the Jasper crackle and Martin’s neo-layering. Not glowing or massive but still emotionally dense and overwhelming in its splendor, balancing the light of hope and the dark nightmares of reality. Woven Tide is so tragically good, it would almost be offensive if either of these guys decided to collaborate with anyone else. A true gem.

One Response to “From The Mouth Of The Sun – Woven Tide (Experimedia, 2012)”

  1. Looks like 2012 is starting off right. Can’t wait to pick up this LP.

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