David Minor :: Lush (nonine)

Tentacles of abstract pulses, whirs, clips, and classical elements are peppered with silent tones and a subtlety that is both unsettling and uplifting.

David Minor 'Lush'

[Release page] A few months have elapsed since the release of Lush, David Minor‘s nine track album of opulent distractions and foggy transmissions. Taking the time to let this album settle in without rushing actually works to its advantage; each and every rotation expands upon the previous as it unfolds a new ellipse of sparse electrodes skewing the foundations of ambient electronics.

Tentacles of abstract pulses, whirs, clips, and classical elements are peppered with silent tones and a subtlety that is both unsettling and uplifting. Voices appear almost at random; a cataclysmic spin of disjointed and uneven lyrics that loosen the lava flows intermittently. Experiments with wind instruments, synths and various atmospherics spill from the edges as Lush envelops the mysterious and a soundtrack perspective emerges from its roots. And while Lush is fraught with thinly scattered noise, these peculiar layers of debris are offset by organic splashes that ultimately create a memorable, if not curious experience during its rendezvous through time and space.

Lush is out now on nonine. [Release page]

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