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Saturday, 7 March 2009

Ludvika vibrations

Shimmeringly ambient, Basic Channel-fuzzy or austerely wintry - a taste of Anders Ilar's measured, almost stately techno > Sand Part 1 (from Sand 12", Narita); Geofissure (from Sad Electronics 3 (Part A), Site); & In Light We Trust (from Twilight Rainfalls, self-released). 

On Twilight Rainfalls: "Released on 23rd of December 2008 to celebrate the new solar year. The 8 new tracks on Twilight Rainfalls are based upon a meditative piano session recorded on October 19th 2008 in Ludvika. The recordings was later cut into parts and used as sourcematerial for the tracks. The initial idea was to make a very quiet ambient album with only some 808 rhythms to compliment the piano, however after the first track was finished (in light we trust) I realized that this would not be the case. The rest of the tracks was put together in the following weeks. The 9th track (althea) was produced some years ago using the sound of the very same piano.
As times are becoming rougher for many labels and distroes I realized it would be a long time waiting for a CD or vinyl deal for this material. And with things being as they are I believe the best way to spread these vibrations is in free digital format. So realizing this work might dissapoint a few of my listeners, atleast now you know the story behind the music and its intention is simply to be what it is (music), while hopefully inspire the listener to raise the frequency of love on this planet. Love and Light!
Anders Ilar"

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