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The Lost Shrine by Brevyn

Album Description

Following up from Brevyn's Liquid Sunlight comes another delightfully aquatic instrumental release, 'Ocean Flower'. From Brevyn: 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. Bandcamp - Soundcloud - Wordpress - Tumblr - Twitter -  



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