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FANUM & EXIT IN GREY - Dust Storm

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Daphnia Records PH13
Release Year: 2013
Note: Russian ambient collaboration inspired by the beauty of dust storms, dreamy & hazy transformative drones based mainly on guitar & analogue electronics
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"Dust storms happen to be very romantic. Not romantic in the hey baby, lets get it on way, but in the way that they are a complete sensual experience. It could be a perfectly clear sunshiny day-not a cloud in the sky, whenyou smell it. You always smell it first before anything else. Depending on where you are, you can sometimes see a dust storm approaching. I remember seeing a dust storm on the outskirts and half of the big open sky was an amber color. You could even see a line in the sky: serene, calming, crystal blue on one side and wild, turbulent amber on the other. What I miss is that you can see the weather, and see it approaching and forming. As the dust storm rolls in the scent of dust becomes stronger. The full sunlight slowly fades and shadows appear, altering colors and perceptions. Sounds become muffled and you hear the wind. Even though you are in the same place, in a house or a car, it definitely feels like a different place. You can see how colors and the light and shadows are shifting, you can smell the dust, sounds are muted, and you can even faintly taste dust. What you dont realize at the time is that small dust particles are swirling around and being deposited everywhere in a sand blanket. Depending on the dust storm, you could have enough dust outside your door that makes it hard to open or close your door. Or maybe its less. The dust is everywhere; in windowsills, on your car, in your hair, in your clothes. You cant directly see it on your clothes but you can smell it and if you shake out your clothes it falls off. In the middle of the dust storm it seems as though youre in a parallel universe. It completely envelops you. Its subtle yet very powerful, very soft, harsh, and gentle, all at the same time." [Robin Montgomery]

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