Dwight Ashley, who I only knew from the music he did with Tim Story, characterizes his work as experimental. This is his first solo-album, containing unreleased ambient pieces from 1999-2003.
Although his compositions are rather dark, there’s also a certain expansiveness and intimacy found, as e.g. heard in “It happened in november”. So this seems a parallel to the work of Story. Despite the rough, light experimental edges of his music, there’s also a firm dosage of melancholy to be felt, nicely captured on “Katalepsis”.
Please beware, as experimental/scary territory is entered on tracks like “Three Insects”, “A Colossus Succumbs” and “Eat me, drink me”, so await some heavy stuff when you put on this record.
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