Andrew Liles ‎– Ouarda (The Subtle Art Of Phyllorhodomancy)



Symphonium Star Wheel
Spurious Middle Class Eccentricity
Wooden Pegs And Other Dental Improvisations
Croydon Face-Lift
Ouarda (The Subtle Art Of Phyllorhodomancy)
A Musty Smell On Jermyn Street (Version)
Black Miranda Rose
Guinea Pigs
Parrot Pie
A Fake Suicide In Paris
Disappearance Of Spoons
Old Tom's Marrow
The Woodpecker And Cuckoo Debacle
Nether Nether Land
Adest Rosa Secreta Eros
Best Friend
In The Land Of My Father's Father
Paradise Lost
Another Shift In This Universe
God's Missing Shoe
Love You Not
Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted


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March 10, 2017
referencing Ouarda (The Subtle Art Of Phyllorhodomancy), Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, DPROMCDVD68
The DVD side of this duel disc isn't read or playable on my U.S. Samsung Blu-ray player. I don't see any notes concerning region codes or PAL/NTSC. Also, the CD side makes a lot of noise in the disc drive of my Macbook Pro, and is ejected. I wonder if this is because of the thickness of the disc, or because the Mac won't accept a hybrid disc. Most disappointing. Thankfully, I have the LP. I bought this to see the films (which do play on the Mac, but not on the Samsung) and to be able to rip and rove, taking the music with me on my iPod... I suppose having purchased this in two formats, it isn't a terrible thing to do. But, alas.


October 13, 2008
referencing Ouarda (The Subtle Art Of Phyllorhodomancy), 2xLP, Ltd, Col, DPROMDLP68

Such an amazing album! Expect a perfect mixture of ambient, spoken word, singing, neo folk, field recordings, piano and electronica. Trippy melancholy and pure darkness, an absolute must for lovers of Coil, NWW, C93 and so on!
Andrew Liles subtly managed to put together a bunch of versatile collaborations into a very cinematic listening experience. Definitely one of his most original and eclectic works so far.
As the album, also the cover art deserves a special mention.