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Aural Films presents "Fog Music." A series of recordings inspired by the weather condition known as fog. Light and dark, wet and dry, this invasive event is a great source of inspiration for sound artists from around the world. This project seeks to publish 24 hours of these recordings as an on-going series for all to hear and enjoy.
The Fog Music Volume 3 is now available for order! Get the last 8 hours of music here in digital format now at low price of $10. OR, buy the physical disk release that also includes a digital download for just $15 USD.
Aural Films is an online record label (netlabel) that releases high-quality soundtrack albums for movies that do not exist. The label publishes a wide range of music styles ranging from ambient to experimental to popular to soundtrack musics. Often on the same albums. You can find our complete catalog of releases online at auralfilms.com
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..."Gates Of Mercy" are unlocked and the listener slowly dives into more massive and immense sound fields, where utterly sublime passages are carefully tied with slightly more intense, wealthily evocative, but gentle cascades. Magnificently immersing, 16-minute long masterpiece transports us into warmly heartwarming and tranquilizing sonic paradise. Certainly the ultimate highlight of "Sojourner" proving the bravura of its creator, most likely my all-time fave composition by this Floridian...
If you are craving for serenely drifting dreamscapes, always emotionally rich, Phillip Wilkerson is the guy you can definitely bet on!!! To me, "Sojourner" is the pinnacle of his extensive list of recordings. And if you still prefer rounded silver objects like me, Phillip Wilkerson's complete CDr discography is available at very friendly prices via Kunaki, so make sure to explore it and get ready for deep listening sessions!!! Richard Gürtler
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I've often wondered what makes some music "dark." Is it because we have been taught to associate low, deep sounds, with dark or evil things? The movie industry may have trained us well!
At any rate, "Into the Dark" is a superb ride on a mysteriously "dark" landscape. ...a Ballardian landscape? That's up to the individual to decide.
Track one, my favorite is an underwater ride, a very textural one, in which known sounds morph themselves into mysteriously curious living entities.....love it! Brian Bourassa