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“The Bone Forest” in Musique Machine

Posted in News, Reviews with tags , on April 25, 2017 by andreasbrandal
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The three faces of “The Bone Forest”

Musique Machine has posted a great review of the Hidden Persuaders album “The Bone Forest” (released on A Giant Fern in 2014).

Read the review HERE.

Check out both this album and the follow-up “Elegies and Curses” on A Giant Fern’s Bandcamp.

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“Elegies and Curses” in Musique Machine

Posted in News, Reviews with tags , on May 6, 2016 by andreasbrandal
Hidden Persuaders - Elegies and Curses

Hidden Persuaders – Elegies and Curses

Musique Machine has posted a great review of the Hidden Persuaders album “Elegies and Curses”:

“…Elegies and Curses unfolds like a series of funeral dirges, focused and bleak….ritualistic death marches carrying fallen souls from earth to the darkest realms of Hades…”

Read the full review HERE.

“The Delusive Light” in Tiny Mix Tapes

Posted in News, Reviews with tags on April 2, 2016 by andreasbrandal
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Andreas Brandal – The Delusive Light

Tiny Mix Tapes has posted a very nice review of my latest album “The Delusive Light”:

“…He has risen, but not emerged from the dark stone chill of the tomb – the acoustics are just too good in there…”

Read the full review HERE.

Check out the album HERE.

“The Delusive Light” on A Giant Fern

Posted in News, Sounds with tags on March 24, 2016 by andreasbrandal

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My new album “The Delusive Light” is out now on A Giant Fern.

Label presentation:

Sounds from unexplored extensions of the minds magnitude. As the consciousness works towards becoming void of thoughts, subtle harmonies and lush pastoral aural scapings must be traversed. Rooting itself in the natural and being drizzled upon by Brandal’s craggy consciousness. Virgin beauty as seen by meditative explorers, in cadence with a touch of fear on the unknown. The tones of The Delusive Light harbor digital stalactites beneath the circuit board of sound. Binding solder dripping away as the entire composition melts in the minds perihelion. Finally, The Delusive Light flickers and elongates, bending introspective notes around a singular burning flame. (Words by Ken Lower)

Stream or download HERE.

Artwork by the always excellent øjeRum.