Airsculpture – Traveling Light


Released: 2018 By John Christian

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  1. Travelling Light [58:16]

Live at E-Day

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Weight 105 g



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2 reviews for Airsculpture – Traveling Light

  1. Bert Strolenberg/

    The AirSculpture guys are still alive and kicking, hereby releasing another most vibrant live document with a 100% improvised outcome as usual. The slightly edited outcome (to bring it down to cd length but without losing any music) is from their sparkling headline set at E-Day 2015 in Oirschot, the Netherlands with an almost hour long title track plus a snappy 13-minute coda taken from the great encore.

    Well, the 71-minute sonic journey is a cracking one and a definitive bit of airsculpture, hunting down massive sequences, beautifully molded and evolving synthscapes while taking time exploring the bands ever expanding musical horizons.Im not in the least surprised Travelling Light (the bands first album coming in a heavy card gatefold sleeve) already looks like it will become AirSculptures biggest seller in recent times, in only two weeks of direct sales it’s about to overtake all of their other discs.

    2018. Bert Strolenberg/

  2. Sylvain Lupari

    Recorded at the E-Day 2015 festival in Oirschot, the Netherlands, Travelling Light takes us back to the intricate structures which have made up the essence of Graveyard Shift. Either be with a long track of almost an hour where Adrian Beasley, John Christian and Peter Ruczynski develop an electronic music always faithful to the signature of Airsculpture.

    An introduction of atmospheres where we float with Mellotron nebulous pads and lot of chthonic voices. Beyond these sound shadows rises a synth song whose nasal tone imitates that of a saxophone with tenderly moving solos. A thin line of distortions opens an avenue for beautiful pads of an old organ around the 10 minutes. The processional movement becomes more austere for a short moment, the time that the sequencer gets out of its silence to structure the first rhythmic phase of Traveling Light”. Under white noises

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