Thanks to Laurence Wilson, Mountain Range’s gloriously happy, beautifully ambient, Sigor Ros-inspired sounds came to my attention this afternoon.
With electronic, nature-infected notes, It’s Lonely Around People, Too at points feels so much like an underwater wilderness I can almost picture fish swimming around my desk. At any rate, I’m transported away from the monotony of revision and leaves me in a slightly more blissful place than where I started.
Apparently the EP is looming. However, that was news back in December last year. Let’s hope it enters our ear-domains in the very near future.
“Ennui” = boredom? Or a strange lacking of enthusiasm for what currently surrounds us? I see this Fabio Younnis-directed video it as a cold representation that as young people move to a time of heightened responsibility they/we have to suppress, or burn, childhood memories. Apparently, nostalgia now doesn’t have a place in our society and we can’t run life and memories alongside each other.
But perhaps this bleakness is a product of our conditioning and the way we’re been conditioned?
See what you think. The track’s pretty ace too.
Soul Garage apparently. Mellow and love that beat entering your groooove baby.
Props to Tom Cleary; a mate of his. Sliiiiiiiiiiickbrah.
The Lost Twenties: Wallflower
This track is just beautiful. All The Lost Twenties’ tracks are. Its got a very Paper Kites and Jinja Safari sort of vibe. You get the idea?
Anything else I say won’t do it justice. Just listen and appreciate its beauty and peacefulness.