Sunday, June 21, 2015

Presenting ... "Dronescape 027" by Cousin Silas AND "Faith" by Colin Blake

Today is a great day if you love your ambient longform and mysterious. We have two releases for you: the twenty-seventh Dronescape from Cousin Silas and "Faith" from Colin Blake.

First off ... we have Dronescape 027 from Cousin Silas ...

Today is a significant day for me, it is my Wedding Anniversary. I am married to Olwyn and have been for the last 18 years. We have seen so much together. I guess it is true what’s said: time does fly when you are having fun. 
Time is wonderful concept, isn’t it? it flies when we enjoy ourselves and drags when we don’t. Days, weeks, months, years; they all move so quickly and just like any chocolate bar, we don’t get as much now as we used to. 
That’s why I love Cousin Silas’ dronescapes so very much. They give me time. They let me escape the world for an hour or more, aid my concentration and guide me towards the flow.  
Dronescape 027 is the next instalment in our ongoing series, a shorter piece at 60 minutes and yet no less effective. It is an emotive journey, one that is unique to each and every sojourner. 
I really hope you enjoy this soundscape as much as I have.


We then have Faith by Colin Blake ...

A while back Colin Blake had an idea: to create 30 minute slices of sci-fi ambient, slices that could easily fit on the side of a C60 cassette tape. Since the release of “Cones” I was sold on the idea and I have looked for more. 
"Faith (waag_rel072)" is the first in a three-part series that follows Colin’s original C60 idea. Faith is presented as two “sides”: part 1 and part 2, both run near to 30 minutes each and feature some delightfully mysterious ambient music. Over the next few months we will have “Hope” and “Charity” to complete the trilogy. 
I really hope you enjoy Faith as much as I have.

A 320kbps version of both releases is available over on Archive ( for free with lossless versions available on Bandcamp for ‘pay what you want’ which does include ‘free’.

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Thanks for all your support.


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