Stones that move and grow

by Embla Quickbeam

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Rowan Forestier-Walker follows up her 2011 Chocolate Monk disk Seven Is In Rhinogs Crown with further excursions into her hidden sound world. Like a fine wine in the morning.

    "Recordings made in hallowed ground reveal long dormant, arcane realities''.

    Instruments used: Field Recordings, Vlf radio, Foil, Sand, Crystal singing bowl, motors, copycat, Aeolian Harp, Wood stove, Frequenting animals, Frozen lake. Recorded at The Longman, South Downs, White Lake, Chalvington, East Sussex, Shaw Wood, Knotts Road, Todmorden and Dyffryn Dolman, St Tanwgs Chapel, North Wales.

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Remote sense 07:16
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released October 31, 2019

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Embla quickbeam UK

Rowan Forestier-Walker is a sound and visual artist based in Todmorden West Yorkshire, She records and performs under the name Embla Quickbeam.

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