Spaces Between ‎– Untitled

Label:
Striate Cortex ‎– S.C.39
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CDr, Limited Edition, Album
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Tracklist

1 Sit Down And Wait For Me Here 2:05
2 On The Uptown D 4:25
3 Help Computer ! 4:58
4 Stretched Beyond Their Limits 2:58
5 Pretty As Love 1:22
6 Buckfaster 3:32
7 Interlude 4:54
8 Toys 4:52
9 1664 3:00
10 Piano Doubt 2:06
11 Lullabys For Sleep 6:14
12 Sleep 3:37
13 Westerly Winds Prevail 3:12

Credits

  • Composed By, Engineer, Mixed By, Mastered By, Guitar [Guitars], ComputerMike Orr (2)

Notes

Limited edition of 80 copies.
CDr mounted on tray against pro cover art, housed in a black slipcase, then enclosed in a hand-sewn blue velvet bag.

"For Laura."
"Special thanks to those all involved including, M+D+R+S, tim, john, jim, james, bill, bob."

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andtr666666

andtr666666

May 13, 2012

Mike Orr is from Bristol and calls himself Spaces Between. He refers to pieces as ‘songs’, which I always like. His songs are made with guitars and computers, but mainly guitars I should think. The computers are used to provide rhythms rather than a variety of processes, although not in every track. Guitars are layered together, and either play a variety of tunes or more sound-scape like sound matter. Its more pop than experiment I should think. Moody and textured for sure, but also a lot more poppy, mainly due to the average length of the pieces, which is around three to five minutes. His guitar still sounds like a guitar and not like a mighty drone music or the starting point for some computer doodling. At times horrible out of date, as in ’1664′, but then also as a lovely small technoid android piece in ‘Piano Doubt’. Spaces Between bounces all over the place, which is a nice display of what Orr can do with his guitar, but perhaps this variety is a bit in the way of a more coherent album. I guess those are considerations to be made next time. This is a most promising start.REVIEW by F D Waard at VITAL WEEKLY #777