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Description: Magnificent blissed out explorations from London's The Untied Knot. The 7"s A side, 'Paper Universe', is a wonderful opener with evocative strangled guitar experiments sounding as if they are trying hard to work their way out of the loping bass melodies and glorious drum rhythms that are channelling from speaker to speaker. Toward the end of the track, the instruments all fall back and everything drops to a minimalist and twinkling backing. Just delightful. 'The Anthropocene' picks up where 'Paper Universe' left off filling the space with restrained airy atmospherics and loose improvising on the drums. The track builds superbly with a popping, insistent bassline and captivating drum patterns that are tightly locked together with barely perceptible electronic dashes that add further dimension. Fabulous production, beautiful arrangements and harmonies with moments of pure genius, the music on this 7" will have you flipping between sides incessantly. Much obliged.
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These are days with the restrictions and insecure surroundings and chaos and fear - if you listen to media. It feels sometimes like not being able to breathe. And then a song like Silesco comes along. It's like taking a long-awaited and deep breath wich keeps me going, thanks so much! Carsten Martin Steffen