Ultrafog - How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer mp3 flac
- Album: How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer
- MP3: 1711 mb | FLAC: 1771 mb
- Released: 2018
- Style: Ambient, Abstract, Drone, Experimental
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 371
- Format: AHX VOX DXD MIDI AU ADX AA
How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer" weaves through sliding metal timbres, textured air abstractions and wistful mallet sequences
Ultrafog – How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer. Label: Motion Ward – MW004. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Ultrafog - 'How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer' Format: 12", Digital Release Date: October 26th Distribution: Rubadub Artwork: Shy. PURCHASE: ww. ubadub. uk/records/how-tho. t-are-no-longer motionward. com/album/ultraf. re-no-longer.
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If ‘How Those Fire. is in some ways the fruit of an ill-designed world where missed calls and falsely rewarding social interactions trace diverging, knotty patterns to live by, it also gives its all in bandaging these open wounds. By turns icy and warm, lush and minimal, inviting and volatile, particularly graceful moments emerge from behind the leafy curtains adorning Fukuzumi’s shape-shifting melodic framework . Discover more about Ultrafog and Motion Ward on Inverted Audio.
How Those Fires Burned That Are No Longer" weaves through sliding metal timbres, textured air abstractions and wistful mallet sequences. This record, like all of Kouhei's work, is a take on sound as a representation of memory. Light and translucent, each song aims for a temporal snapshot that will inevitably fade into the well of thoughts and experience
Ultrafog is Tokyo’s Kouhei Fukuzumi, and, as the label writes, This record, like all of Kouhei’s work, is a take on sound as a representation of memory. Memory, that’s one of the shakiest, fully known and unknown at once. It wraps itself up in contradictions, and in wrapping, travels.
Japan's Ultrafog is a key player in the new ambient underground, a scene that mostly exists on the internet. Elsewhere, Ultrafog builds on the work of his contemporaries. Swallow" recalls the cinematic haze of Russian Mind-era Oneohtrix Point Never, while "Cependant" daubs evocative wind and far-off synth trails onto a melancholic melody that could have appeared on Huerco S's For Those Of You Who Have Never (And Also Those Who Have). Ultrafog's own personality is still emerging, but his affinity with different ambient styles makes him an intriguing new presence within a vibrant scene.
- Artwork By – uon
- Mastered By – Joshua Eustis