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Slumberland is part of a new collection of relaxation music I’ve been making paired with soothing visual experiences.
The visual features the Auroratone video created by Cecil Stokes for people struggling with PTSD spliced with some found footage of time lapse flowers.
Slumberland is also featured on the ‘Be Calm’ phoneline created by Kathryn Calder for the City of Victoria.
“Individuals can experience the toll-free phone line by dialing 1-877-2BE-CALM (1-877-223-2256) and choosing from a rotating selection of soothing auditory experiences, including music from Canadian artists, nature, poetry, children’s laughter, meditations and Indigenous stories and songs.”
I think the album is better than Souvlaki. Individual parts aren't complex but the songs are cleverly structured and tailored to individual band members strengths, combining to create an encompassing sound, energised through driving, melodic bass and layered guitar/keyboard surges. The vocals are honey in the mix, melodic, familiar, conveying humanity with harmonies perfectly placed and weighted, creating a restrained kind of euphoria. tideracer