Glistening Shores by Brevyn
Following up from Brevyn's Liquid Sunlight comes another delightfully aquatic instrumental release, 'Ocean Flower'.
Ocean Flower was made around July to August of 2018. Obviously, Liquid Sunlight had come out only a month before then, but I made most of that album in mid-2017 so it had been awhile since I last approached that sound. This creative itch was quick to spark up again, though, since I’d already found a whole new set of new age favorites during the period. I also found some great photos of sea anemones, underwater plant life, shoals, etc. and wanted to tap into that kind of colorful, submerged texture (hence this EP’s title).
As a result, Ocean Flower is virtually the same thing only at another angle; while Liquid Sunlight sounds above or beside the ocean, this EP is much more underneath it, more earthy. The textures are similar in places but most songs have a specific, slightly different palette, with lots of recurring ‘signature’ sounds. Mood-wise it’s not as dark-sided as I wanted to explore more neutral, lighter tones; some tracks have some of that loneliness leftover from LS while others are more content and peaceful. Overall I’d say Ocean Flower is both a continuation and a subtle evolution from Liquid Sunlight.
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