This is my Todays Discovery c/o and thanks to Yeah I Know it Sucks.
Artist: Lyndsie Aguire
title: Clair Obscur
keywords: ambient, electronic, field recordings, melodic, piano
label: Time Relesed Soundhttp://timereleasedsound.com/
reviewer: Willem van O.
I was thinking of you, dear visitor of YIKIS. I thought about how much you would like to check out music that you would like. I guess it’s a matter of tastes, so we can’t please everyone; but the release done by Lyndsie Alguire is something that you are free to check out so you will be able to see if the music fits you and your delicate tastes. Checking the album notes makes me aware that Lyndsie Alguire is from Canada and that she is specialized in composing piano works and soundscapes, but this release on its own is rather different to my ears.
It first starts with Lyndsie Alguire’s ‘I was dreaming of you’ which gives way to a dreamy construction that for some reason makes…
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This is a lovely start to the week and thank you Headphone Commute for the review.
Once in a while, comes an album that becomes an instant hit… But instead of telling you about this gem right away, I seem to selfishly sit upon this album for months, savoring its givings, as if it was made just for me. As if I alone was privileged enough to experience its beauty… as if its temporary permanence was only mine… There are times, however, that I do receive a promotional copy, way in advance of its street date, and so I use that excuse as the justification for my greedy ears – I want to share this treasure, but only when it’s ready to be yours as well… This is the case with the second release by Moon Ate the Dark, a preview of which I have received earlier in April, the worldwide release of which finally happened in July. It is now, that I feel is the perfect…
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This weeks’ Sunday mix is a little bit different as it celebrates that beautiful instrument, without which I wouldn’t have my synths.
Happy Piano Day