When I first came across Mirror Lands via A Closer Listen, I was struck by the sounds and images. Seems I still am and the release of the Deluxe Edition gives me another reason to revisit it.
Review courtesy to A Closer Listen.
One of our favorite field recording works of last year, Mark Lyken and Emma Dove‘s Mirror Lands, is about to get the deluxe treatment from Time Released Sound. Those who missed it last time will have another shot this Sunday! To celebrate the re-release, we’ve slightly edited our initial review to reflect the new edition.
We last encountered Mark Lyken and Emma Dove with their installation-based EP and video The Terrestrial Sea. Their new work expands on that prior release and continues an investigation of the sonic and visual properties of Scotland’s Black Isle. Time Released Sound is presenting the work in two versions: a regular and a deluxe edition. Both editions include the soundtrack and a link to the film, while the deluxe edition includes additional ephemera (shown above): vintage prints, maps and pages from travel books, all honoring the location of the film.
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