(Pogus)

The timeless character of this collaboration is accented by its continuous flux of unpredictability, in a soundscape where environmental reverberations and polymorphic extentions of invaluable feedbacks “singing their own song” generate a truly involving experience. This is music made of extremely slow movements, subtle nuances and intelligent sensitiveness, at times sounding like a dozen radios emitting their last signals from the bottom of a mire, with birds and aquatic fauna joining in amazement and turning the dial for a better tuning; Band and Myers wrap their own clothes around each other, never trying to impose a basic value, always dancing together on the edge of hallucination. Listening to “Two ships” brings many beautiful gifts to our desire for detachment from the body – and that sounds incredible, given the deep complexity of Ellen and David’s visions.

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