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“In The Dust Of Idols (1lp, Ltd, Coloured” | “White / Blue Splattered Vinyl”

SVS015 scanZoom inLabelSVS Records / First Terrace Records
Cat. No.SVS015
FormatEXCL1LPD
Orders fromFri, 30 Nov 2018
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Special remarks : Limited to 300 copies on White / Blue Splattered Vinyl Tracklist LP: 1) The Unread Library 2) The Gate 3) Twisted Necks 4) Moving Forwards Constantly Looking Back 5) Unfold In All Directions 6) Chamber Voices 7) All Life Eventualy Turns To Dust Short Info: In The Dust Of Idols is an album exploring mortality, existentialism & the dread one can feel in the face of an apparently meaningless world. The journey you embark on when trying to create meaning where there is perhaps none. These initial senses of dread can be brought about by the insignificance you feel in the face of greatness, where others have seemingly found meaning and purpose in the face of your own wavering path. Other then these can be expressed in grandness and can become historically significant human feats, the fact that they have stood the test of time can become in itself overwhelming when reflecting on your own journey. Whilst these moments in time may hold no specific meaning to you – despite their impressive nature – you are driven into senseless awe. In the Dust of Idols ties in this sense of wonderment coupled with the overarching dread you feel as you contemplate your own existence, where you fit into the significance of society and as Ruth Tallman quotes “ the search for answers in an answerless world”. “I wanted to create something dense & heavy. When you listen through, it makes you feel like it has the weight of time stitched into it” explains Ives. As well as expanding the range of instrumentation used on this,his second album, Ives also enlisted the talents of Cellist Charlote de Burgh-Holder and experimentalist Joe Summers on the tracks “The Unread Library” and “Twisted Necks” which further adds to the dynamic depth and range on this record Clarity was not my main objective, like an old piece of furniture covered in dust, you can tell what it is but the details are obscured, my ambition was to create a dense sonic backdrop, a repres

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