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Linden Pomeroy - Ikiryõ [PE07]
Festival Of Red Leaves (7.39) recorded April 2014 @ Seamonster Sound
A Bed Of Carnations (18.13) recorded March 2015 @ Seamonster Sound
All music by Linden Pomeroy
Engineered by Mike Baker
Artwork by Bambi Goodman
Ikiryõ (Living Ghost)
"While I am rapt in thought, / The fireflies of the marsh would seem to be / My soul, caught up and wandering / Forth out of me."
Reviews for Ikiryõ
"Linden Pomeroy doesn’t use delay and reverb to generate a sense of space, but to smother it. By sending each guitar note through funnels of infinite repeat, opening track “Festival Of Red Leaves” grows tendrils of harmony and compounded feedback, which press together until the initial melodious sentiment is squeezed out entirely..."
"The second track swaps the singularity of the first track with a sequence of melodic chambers, each housing the guitar within a different atmospheric casing. Those infinite delays are shortened into extended comet trails, dripping out the back of contemplative guitar refrains as they soar over field recordings of cicadas at night, or dwell within absolute silence, or press and clip against the walls of stereo volume confinement, or detonate within excessive amplifier distortion..."
Full review at ATTN:MAGAZINE ATTN:MAGAZINE (28 June 2016)
Linden is a musician based in Worthing/Brighton, UK. He began writing songs and exploring sounds in 2012.
His sound started out of what could be achieved using just a guitar, and flits between slow-paced minimal songs and thick, expansive guitar drones.
Released by: Pilot Eleven Netlabel
Release/catalogue number: PE07
Release date: July 14 2016
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Released for Netlabel Day July 14 2016
The first Netlabel Day UK live event featured Linden Pomeroy on July 16 Worthing, Sussex, UK