When it comes to processed field recordings, this is one of my favourite albums. BJ Nilsen used various location recordings from such places like Iceland, Sweden, England and Italy and mingled them through a set of old worn out tape machines and analogue equipment. Surprisingly the drony sounds unfolding out of nature backgrounds resemble the warmth and lively texture of artists like Fennesz, who utilizes MAX/MSP patches to tweak his guitar playing. Nilsens electronic landscape produces a hypnotic atmosphere that elevates the listener to some outer places. Highly recommended. Out at touch.
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Fire and Frost Patternreleased at "Gruenrekorder"