Jo David Meyer Lysne, Mats Eilertsen – Kroksjø (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 88,2 kHz]

Jo David Meyer Lysne, Mats Eilertsen - Kroksjø (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: Jo David Meyer Lysne, Mats Eilertsen
Album: Kroksjø
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 32:15
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 531 MB

Tracklist:

1. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Lamyra (06:42)
2. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Forve (02:39)
3. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Strandsjø (02:05)
4. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Byakjela (05:28)
5. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Snoensøya (02:37)
6. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Ålykkja (06:33)
7. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Finna (03:10)
8. Jo David Meyer Lysne & Mats Eilertsen – Furumokjela (02:58)

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The new album by the partnership of guitarist Jo David Meyer Lysne (born 1994) and double bassist Mats Eilertsen (born 1975) is a remarkable document that functions simultaneously as both a calm and meditative series of chill-out soundscapes, and as a rigorously poetic evocation of mood and place that one might expect to hear more readily in an art gallery installation.It is also shockingly beautiful. The ecstatic shimmer of acoustic guitar and pedal steel textures meld into electronic echoes of what might be sleigh bells or a glass harmonica, in treated sounds that recall the ambient recordings of Brian Eno, or the organ-drones of early Terry Riley. Sinuous glissando slides and steadfast plucked-bass notes provide the backdrop to airy inventions that can seem as close to the test tones of a vintage audio demonstration disc as they do to conventional synth-voicings or effects. And although Meyer Lysne is a guitar virtuoso, and Eilertsen one of Europe’s leading jazz bassists, there’s not a lot of conventional guitar or bass to be heard. Throughout, a broken-beat rhythmic pulse formed from what appears to be the clicks of vinyl run-off grooves or odd turntable glitches, comes and goes, creating a formidable contrast between what sounds like music, and what sounds like sound.

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