Forward

by Simon Slator

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DaveH Prefect for meditating, reading or even writing. Love it!
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Brian Bourassa An oceanic dronescape in remembrance of Roland Amundsen's South Pole expedition in 1911.
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Aural Films is happy to release the new album "Forward" by Simon Slater. Inspired by the journeys by Roald Amundsen across the stark terrains of Antarctica. Listen to this this long-form work that fills the room with ambient waves and swelling ice forms as Slater takes us on along with the first successful expedition to the geographic South Pole.

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released May 26, 2014

Composed, Produced and Mastered by Simon Slator, April 24-27, 2014

Instruments used: Reaktor, Dron-E, Nexus

Headphones are recommended for the best listening experience.

Cover photo Public Domain - Library of Congress - loc.gov/pictures/resource/cph.3c01002/

Find more info and works by Simon Slater on hie Web site at: slatormusic.wordpress.com

Aural Films Catalog No. AF0038

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