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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
The LP is presented on 180g black vinyl, mastered by James Plotkin, and cut at The Carvery in East London. The sleeve is printed on heavyweight reverse board with a gloss varnish on the cover photograph by Solal Israel, giving a beautiful texture. Comes with an additional post card and download code, housed in a heavyweight outer clear poly bag. Pressing of 300 copies worldwide.
Includes unlimited streaming of Where The Wolf Has Been Seen
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Aurora Borealis proudly presents the debut album from Maze & Lindholm, ‘Where The Wolf Has Been Seen’ on November 16th, 2018.
Combining the talents of P.Maze, one half of noise/techno duo Orphan Swords, with fellow Brussels-based producer and musician Otto Lindholm, ‘Where The Wolf Has Been Seen’ is a meditative and claustrophobic work for electronics and double bass.
The four parts evolve and spread outwards, throbbing bass drones colliding with slowly bowed arcs of keening strings that make for a deeply immersive listening experience. ‘Where The Wolf Has Been Seen’ explores the boundaries of the modern classical and electronic disciplines, with slowly shifting and expanding compositions that thrive on the tension between.
For best results we recommend total immersion: high volume & darkness.
"Combining the power electronics of P.Maze and the contrabass of Otto Lindholm, this record is packed with surprising juxtapositions of tone. These textures are punctuated by four separate movements, presenting a narrative arc that bends and creaks like the branches of a tree." - Stray Landings
‘Where The Wolf Has Been Seen’ will be available on deluxe 180g black vinyl housed in a reverse board heavyweight sleeve with spot varnish and download code, limited to 300, in addition to limited CD and digital formats.
released January 1, 2018
Mixed by Daniel Bleikolm. Mastered by James Plotkin and cut for vinyl at The Carvery, East London. Cover photography by Solal Israel.