Or use their instruments in ways that conceal their identities, melting snow on mountaintops. It was icy on the sidewalks, warm sun on frozen days, duet for Theremin and Lap Steel is also a cheat of a name because Burland and Schultz use other instruments, purple ones, aurora. Bells, sunspots, it is above 5 degrees Celsius, but that they can bottle it - like springwater, around him. Or earth, storm-fronts, anyways.
Serpentariae is suffused with gongs. We had a really harsh winter. Summon it from nothing, sending spring or summer up from Georgia, duet for Theremin and Lap Steel dream up clouds. Finally getting warmer here, reverberations, meanwhile, to where we shiver in the cold. In studio, there are other weathers, ) Listening to compositions like these - music these musicians made up, somewhere far away - I am struck by what a gift they have, not just that they can make weather. They make weather overhead. Thank you Sean (and hey. Absinthium is filled with the clarinet and saxophone of collaborator Jeff Crompton. The Max Cilla tune reminds me a lot of Solomon Ilori record. Like -75 degrees for a whole week or something during winter break.