Quantum Fields - EP (CD and DL links in the description) 6 tracks, 21.31 This Liquid Sky on December 27, 2011 21:54
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Lurking in the shadows of downtempo ambient atmospherics...
This Liquid Sky is artist, musician, and producer John Haney, who, since it's 1998 inception has breeding lush atmospherics, subsisting beats and enveloping interludes into music that is not only audibly pleasing, but touches the soul of its listener.
2001 saw the debut release from This Liquid Sky entitled Vision. Extremely limited (100 copies) and distributed only through the local scene. A scene, certainly, stuck in the waning Grunge/Indy rock movement. After a long break filled with "famine and floods" 2011 saw TLS come back stronger than ever. Releasing both Transitions (TLSMusic) and the single Dream Away (Curious Absurdities). 2012 marked the release of the highly anticipated EP - Quantum Fields (TLSMusic) and found TLS being featured on multiple podcasts, mixes and blogs… including Tim Angrave's: The Chillout Lounge Mix and Massa Takemoto's: Kutsurogi Lounge.
With influences the likes of Bill Laswell, Boards of Canada, Depeche Mode and Miles Davis... one never quite knows what to expect when listening.
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