Aural Films presents a new release from Tim Walters, inspired by old English Folk-Lore:
On the sands near Blackpool, out at sea, once stood the church and cemetery of Kilgrimal, long ago submerged. Wanderers near this spot are said, from time to time, to have been terrified by the "dismal chimes of the bells pealing over the murmuring sea."
--T. F. Thiselton-Dyer, English Folk-Lore, 1880 (Second edition, revised), p. 269
released July 3, 2017
Tim Walters is a sonic and visual artist based in Oakland, California. Over the last couple of decades, he has bleeped and blooped with Circular Firing Squad and Slaw, researched artificial stupidity with Shalmaneser, and played electric dulcimer and bass guitar with Pledge Drive and Reconnaissance Fly. His previous three solo albums of electroacoustic music are The Dry Well, Lost Continents, and The Difficult Third Wish. His online home is The Doubtful Palace at doubtfulpalace.com
Aural Films is an online record label (netlabel) that releases high-quality soundtrack albums for movies that do not exist. We cover 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
The Projekt label is extremely prolific; so much so, that I can't keep up, nor possibly buy everything put out on this label. But this one escaped me, and it's pretty good. Imagine Robert Fripp doing psychedelic cinematic soundtracks with a healthy dose of tribal dark ambient; lush, grand, and richly layered, this is perfect for meditation or sleep, but sounds just great on it's own when you need some planar shifting. Eve McGivern