From The Mouth Of The Sun-Woven Tide

Woven Tide consists of Aaron Martin’s ambient strings (bowed and picked) nested in Jasper TX’s soft noise, one pulling down as the other is pulling up, tightening the mast of a bodiless vessel on an endless ocean, or “like shadows in an empty cathedral, much like Elegi’s harrowing tales of death in the northern seas exemplified best with the viol breaths at the end of “Color Loss” and the hissing in “My Skin Drinks Light That Has Passed Through Leaves”.

The epic state of ambience of both artists is in the funereal gusts on “Like Shadows in an Empty Cathedral” and “A Season in Waters” ebbing and flowing in and out of light. “Snow Burial (While Blue Skies Gather)” is a short romantic eulogy for all those lost in the hearts and minds  vinyl rip

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