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All tracks arranged and produced by Philip Sulidae. Recorded in Autumn 2010, with field recordings, organ and sampler.
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We are proud to receive again the work of Australian artist Philip Sulidae. After his first release in Audiotalaia (Southwest) Sulidae presents "Meetings With Half Light" a 5 track EP in which we can find a beautiful gathering of drones, soundscapes and textures. As always the consistency of Sulidae's work can be seen widely on this 31st release on the label. Sulidae performs here with accuracy and solemnity trying one more time to build a sound space always referring metaphorically to experienced situations confronting nature and landscape
Poetic and quiet, strange and/or wild - Vital Weekly One is not sure what really has occurred, other than that it is something to experience again - Progress Report Philip Sulidae is a sound artist from Sydney, Australia. Poetic and quiet, strange and/or wild - Vital Weekly One is not sure what really has occurred, other than that it is something to experience again - Progress Report Philip Sulidae is a sound artist from Sydney, Australia.
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Sydney’s Philip Sulidae is not just a field recording artist. His works venture into the territories of drone, ambience, and even modern composition. To this point, his high point has been An High Land, a combination of field recording and organ. In this context, the light hammering at the center of the track seems like some ordinary guy hammering – and the distant song, just some people singing. The sonic detritus, like vinyl crackle, invites the listener to imagine ghosts, but the hardy listener will resist. The only exception: a segment of sobs in the closing piece. When this album was first released, I chose not to write about it because I heard the former. But now that the weather is warm and the sun is bright, I hear the latter. The fact that Sulidae is able to preserve such a fine line is a testament to his compositional ability.
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