|1||–Bobby Jones (8)||Alone In The Vast Sea (Excursion 1)||6:48|
|2||–Fernando Carvalho (4)||Divinidad Revelada||5:26|
|3||–Cinchel||Dry Ice (1st Movement)||5:15|
|4||–Darren Harper||Sung From Sympathetic Strings||8:42|
|6||–Eeem [eim]||Back And Forth||5:00|
|8||–Darwin Raymond||Unknown, Or Unremembered||3:30|
|11||–The Green Kingdom||The Dust Of Divinity||4:44|
|13||–Gimu||Breathing Through Me||8:59|
|15||–Caterpillars Dressed In Their Finest||Orchestral||4:48|
- Photography By – Peter Nejedly
Celestial Matter, the fragments of objects of any form that orbit, fly or remain still in the vast darkness of our universe, a wondrous thing when thought about, and even more amazing when you stare up at a night sky and see these objects in their luminosity. But have you heard celestial matter?
For new US netlabel Subterranean Tide’s first release this is what they have aimed and succeeded in capturing, that essence of turning one’s head to the sky and hearing the celestial bodies that flicker and shimmer as they pass one another. Presented as a compilation in reaction to a poem written by label runner Emily Loren Moss Ferrell, or the poem of the artists choosing, the constellation of ambient and experimental excursions take the listener on a journey outwards while remaining introspective.
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