Anthéne and Andrew Tasselmyer: Progressions (Constellation Tatsu, 2020)

September 17, 2020 at 7:02 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Anthéne and Andrew Tasselmyer: Progressions

This one captures just the right amount of resolved peace mixed with gloominess. Perfect for dismally staring outside but relaxing and let time just wash by. Yet it’s not downer music at all, the stillness and soft, natural breeze feel refreshing. It’s empty in terms of kinetic activity, but that doesn’t mean it’s devoid of feeling, or care. It flows from nostalgic reflection to trippier notions, as more reversed notes and other effects are gradually applied. Some of it has a vague shoegaze tint to it, also. This music doesn’t quite progress, though, unfold might be more accurate. But either way, it’s perfect for airing thoughts to, or just laying still and making an attempt to find inner peace.

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