Thyme Lines: Geodesists tape (Constellation Tatsu, 2019)

January 20, 2020 at 11:32 am | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Thyme Lines: Geodesists tape

This tape consists of crystalline synths along with several types of flute, readily bringing to mind Emerald Web but with more of a concentrated, made-for-VHS-documentary feel. Most of the tracks are brief, momentary scenes with Pascal Nyiri adding curled tufts of flute-smoke to Sébastien Durand’s translucent, brightly colored synth vistas. Some of it sounds very improvised and unplanned, like “Earth Call for LFO & Flute”. In fact, very little of it really sounds premeditated. It all flows naturally, but at the same time it couldn’t have just sprung from nowhere, there’s some definite personality to it.

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