james murray

A momentary chance to escape the rigours of modern life to a more silent, more serene and more secret place. From what we believe is a collection of revisioned moments from his extensive and already near perfected back catalogue entitled ‘floods returned’, this is James Murray with the most beguiling and somewhat touching, passing ghost light that is ‘Greenlands (Green Lane)’. An immensely beautiful sub six-minute visitation to we suggest you’ll be hard pushed the rest of the year to find an equal in terms of its demurring detail, sense of crestfallen majesty and utter softly toned seduction, its framing and genteel genuflecting turn is exquisite whilst its masterclass in sensitivity and use of space just simply jaw dropping, make no bones this will floor as its icy structure thaws to reveal waking silver orbs gathering in unison to charm and allure in celestial shimmer toned formations with their lunar dawn chorus. Available through the slowcraft imprint. https://slowcraft.bandcamp.com/album/floods-returned

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