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Boreal Network's Phase With The Moon EP is dedicated to, and inspired by the gray wolf. As a result, we are accepting donations - 100% of which will be gifted to the Wildlife Science Center in order to help them look after these amazing animals.

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RTN012 - Orange Tree - Orange Tree

 

Bolton-based jammers David Williams and Lee Oldfield are the fruitful essence behind Orange Tree, delivering this musical exploration of completely improvised music and epitomising the true beauty of one-off sounds and ideas.

Each part has its own story to tell with all kinds of shades of dark and light journeyed throughout, the general tone set by fluttering lead guitar, shifting percussion, wandering bass and swirling keyboard. Part One introduces us to a sparse calmness, patiently growing into a quiet storm before Part Two explodes into bursting wah-textured guitar, sounding like the result of utilising Omar Rodríguez-López's pedal collection. Bright piano and double bass kick off Part Four before a Godspeed-like build up winds down to the cosmic funk of Part Five. The lengthy Part Seven is delightfully gradual, truly highlighting the wonderful nature of Orange Tree's freeform approach. The final part completes the story in such an uplifting manner as plinky keys float above bending brass and constantly moving percussion - Orange Tree is fully ripe and ready for the picking.

 

Free digital release

01. Part One

02. Part Two

03. Part Three

04. Part Four

05. Part Five

06. Part Six

07. Part Seven

08. Part Eight

Download All (mp3 format, 320kbit/s)