Given the specific moment in history, I thought it might be prudent to offer some more relaxed electronic escapism ℅ RadioSilence. Keeping nice and chilled is exactly what’s needed and this should achieve it quite nicely!
In all there are five RS pieces on RS-IX. They’re (hopefully) what you expect from RS by now :-)
9-Alpha Alt is the odd one out. It was the first piece I did for this set and try as I might, I just can’t accept this as an RS track. I think you’ll figure out why ;-)
As always, this stuff isn’t intended to be belted out at volumes which restructure DNA and levitate the cat. Peace, dudes :-)
released November 6, 2020
24 bit lossless files. Radio Silence is Andy Pickford pretending that nobody will notice if he tries being something else.
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For me, this is arguably ARC's best album, all of them being live, this is the only one that has edited out the applause between songs, something better suited for capturing the feel of a rock concert, but for ambient music can be quite jarring. Favorite track: Cherry Bomb. Paul Asbury Seaman
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honestly this album takes quite a bit of time and many listening rounds to actually "get into". No doubt it is technically excellent, with more advanced composition elements than earlier records, however it isn't that easily accessible either. Perhaps this is actually a strength as each time you will listen to there will be more details to discover. Martin Richter