My sincere apologies to Scott for not posting this sooner ... but life got in the way last night with our washing machine packing in.
That aside ... this is a cracking longform ambient soundscape ... a real belter from Mr Lawlor and I am proud to have it within the waag canon.
Here's what I had to say over the weekend:
Sometimes only a longform ambient drone will do.
This is a thought that I regularly have when I need to be in *the* zone … the special place that I visit when I need to get deep and concentrate.
I am blessed at weareallghosts to have so many options for a soundtrack to this special place … and I am proud to add - "like a pelican of the wilderness" from Scott Lawlor - to my arsenal.
It is an utterly beautiful piece … full of light. It is the soundscape for a truly open space. There is, however, an air of mystery … a sense of the unknown that underpins this space.
Think Dyer and Danforth as they scale the heights of those mountains in H.P. Lovecraft's seminal classic … "At the Mountains of Madness" … and arrive at that cyclopean city in the sky ... and you'll get what I mean.
I love it. It makes my heart sing and brings me the sense of contentment I need to achieve and maintain focus ... and I am grateful to Scott for bringing this piece to waag.
As before, a copy of this release will be available as an MP3 for free over on Archive … with a lossless version available on Bandcamp for 'pay what you want'. Have a wee listen below.