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Format: do-LP BOX
Label & Cat.Number: Alt.Vinyl av44
Release Year: 2013
Note: stunning first solo-release by ZOVIET FRANCE member (of the current line up) MARK WARREN => "archaic" ethno ambient, using digital & analog sound sources along with field recordings, inspired by prehistoric artefacts / marks of the Northumberland regions; lim. 250 in hand-designed "art-branding" WOOD-BOX, each one unique, comes with bonus CDR of the same album
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €55.00
More Info"solo release by mark warren of zoviet*france. Double album with etched D side. with printed satin insert & enhanced cdr all in a hand branded, hand made wooden box. Ltd to 250 copies.
RoW review: Atom Earth Mother: A solo project from one half of :zoviet*france: Dedicated to the White Goddess and inspired by the prehistoric antiquities in Northumberland, primarily the enigmatic and beautiful ‘rock art’ that are known as ‘cup and ring’ marks, a form of symbolic language 4500+ years old, whose meaning has been lost in the mists of time. Utilizing digital and analogue equipment and production technique, location recordings, found sound and employing experimentation as the creative tool, Atom Earth Mother embarks on a sonic journey to the origins of our civilization and indeed our very being.
‘Ancient Faith’ is an album about love and faith, and although it started out as homage to the Earth Mother, it soon became a deeply personal story documenting the end of a love affair and the emotional aftermath. Stunningly packaged in a wooden box with a hand branded conjoined ‘cup and ring’ marked design burnt into the front panel, and containing a photographic insert with two superb images of the antiquities that were the major inspiration, taken by the artist himself, this double vinyl has three sides of audio and a fourth side that contains an etching of a ‘cup and ring’ mark." [label info]
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