Signs Of Life by Alan Singley
Orlando ambient sound architects Attached Hands began a collaboration in January with budding Portland, Oregon arranger Alan Singley, sculpting a sprawling, sexy, and often sinister symphony. It's musical cinema, epic and strange. Once heard, it becomes obvious why they've dubbed it: Anamorphic Orchestra.
Clarinets, flutes, oboe, cello, vintage synths, drums and more unite. The pieces are challenging in all the right ways, a sensual delicacy for the avant garde, and yet suitable for a casual listener.
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