Vancouver drone/experimental composer Sarah Davachi to release new LP Let Night Come On Bells End The Day next month on Recital

Vancouver drone/experimental composer Sarah Davachi to release new LP Let Night Come On Bells End The Day next month on Recital

Hey, TMT reader. Say, are you familiar with Canadian avant-garde composer Sarah Davachi and/or Sean McCann’s illustrious Recital imprint?

And…do you happen like…beautiful, thought-provoking DRONES?

Do you happen to like…”slow jets of lapping harmonics”??

Do you happen to like…music composed mainly for “mellotrons and electronic organs,” “compositional architecture” that “re-contextualizes the essence” of artists’ previous outputs, and “careful and shadowed hymns” that serve as “anchors of emotion”???

In other words: ARE YOU A TMT READER?

Hey, great! Then I’ll have no trouble at all selling you on the exciting news that Davachi is getting set to release a new LP — chock FULL of all kinds of sounds like the ones I just described up above — through Recital.

The album is entitled Let Night Come On Bells End The Day, and, in McCann’s words, “is a lovely album to fill an evening living room with. A blanket, a cup of wine, a dim bulb, a wide window.”

What’s more, its five finely considered and carefully crafted constituent tracks will be available to Y-O-U, the TMT reader, on April 13. Pre-orders for the first edition (we’re talkin’ 600 black wax LPs accompanied by “three 9″x 9″ art prints of photographs by the artist” and a “complementary CD-edition” of the album) will be available right here starting March 26.

For now, though, check out a video clip for the mesmerizing track “At Hand” — fleshed out with heartrendingly melancholic visuals by late filmmaker Paul Clipson — down below, followed by the cover art and full tracklisting. And as always: THANKS FOR READING TMT, TMT reader. <3


Let Night Come On Bells End The Day tracklisting:

01. Garlands
02. Mordents
03. At Hand
04. Buhrstone
05. Hours in the Evening

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