Flanger Magazine's second album integrates strings, wind instruments, percussion, and synthesizers, and subtly blends folk, Americana, chamber music, electronica, and jazz in a suite of pastoral, ethereal, and kaleidoscopic pieces.
The new full-length record from the duo of Glasgow-based artists Feronia Wennborg and Simon Weins, examining microsound by way of extended amplification technique, bone conduction, domestic recordings, and digital feedback.
The Canadian artist's second album features two immersive pieces that
explore ideas of compositional drift: The Nonsuch is inspired by
nocturnal hallucinations while In Praise of Blandness builds on
sinologist François Jullien's concept of “blandness”.