Lunt - Water belongs to the night

by Lunt

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    Songwriter and sound engineeer, Gilles Deles is the co-founder of We are unique, a french label based in the south of France.
    Water belongs to the night is the «  dark side  » of his musical work. After Broken words and lost answers, fragments of free, it's his most achieved album based on loops, drones, glitches, all done with electric guitar, without laptop, through the scope of improvisation.
    The atmosphere sometimes reminds one of Fred Frith, Lee Ranaldo solo instrumental works, or the refinement of Rafael Toral first period (Wave Field, Violence of discovery calm of acceptance).

    The aim of this project is also to share the work of the Tremens archives iniated 3 years ago. Informations about this musical subdivision can be found in the inside booklet, and on the website.
    We've carefully explained our ethic about what is usually called experimental music
    on our website . A this point, we prefer to let music and sound speak to you.

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"His music is strange but never unlistenable. The songs are unique but they never regress into a mindless drone. And the compositions are inventive without sounding pretentious. Beautifully crafted cuts include "No Matter Where We Drown," "Lift Your Hands Into the Light," and "I Was Born in an Ocean of Sound." Totally cool and dreamy stuff. Top pick."

" One could say Lunt explores a wider variety of approaches here, from the very ambient to the very noisy, from the sustaining to the more chaotic, chopped up style. That makes it perhaps less easier to pin down and maybe hardcore ambient/drone heads would tread carefully, but I think it’s quite a gain to expand on the notion of ambient and look for other possible treatments of the guitar in particular and the genre of drone/ambient music in general. Great release! (FdW)"
Vital Weekly #934


released June 1, 2014




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