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by The Seldom Named

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Time Resonance music is proud to present the debut Inquiry EP from The Seldom Named (Nicholas Voltaggio, guitarist from live and improvised electronic trio Meinong’s Jungle). This album dives deep into the realms of Dark-Ambient, filled with subtle psychedelic textures, twisting, colliding, and fading off into warm airy dreamscapes. Polyrhythms reveal themselves from complex delays complimenting elements drenched in reverb, creating a fully immersive experience for the listener. Journeys into mysterious territory, stitched together by alien glitches and organic elements, produce a sense of otherworldly presence rarely explored in the auditory realm. Full spectrum sound design manifests from the living and breathing lush melodies, taking the witness into ethereal inner-realms. An authentic work of art, with influences from electronic masterminds Woulg, Bluetech and Lusine, The Seldom Named brings a cohesive, fresh, emotive and original album that is a pleasure to listen to time and time again, each listen revealing a new relationship. Transporting the listener to dreamy and meditative states, modern mechanic noises contrast perfectly with the pulsing melancholic analog pads, with each component artfully crafted. Intention and attention make themselves apparent with this expansive debut album; Inquiry EP is filled with just the right amount of minimal space and mind-bending complexity. Keep an ear out for what the future holds with The Seldom Named.


released November 3, 2015

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