New release for the library is a gorgeous near-32 minutes of ecstatic lullaby folklore by Delphine Dora, where dreaming universes wrap around each other like the branches of a stretching tree left untamed and wild. Weaving miniatures nestle against longer forms of spontaneous prose, often in automatic writer snapshot stillness- the lilting deepness of self and the act of playful discovery lit-up.
Layered, stereo parts reassemble the mind into a euphoric and dizzying state, through-composition and improvisation as windows into the fictive piano-and-voice soli.
‘Parallel World’ is the title, and it could very easily be titled ‘worlds’ plural, as each winding reverie taps into the subconscious folk center while pushing further and further into a freer space, this work is adventurous in all the right ways that new music should be: reaching for sounds just barely out of grasp, climbing scales as ladders and as jumping-off points into the unknown, with trickling and clockwork-like floating outflow. Thick painterly brushstroke folk-song, singularly high in ballad and belting, blurry and skyward, psychedelic in abstracted bliss-induction, and real.
Clasping to a tethered reality, undulating between rooted personal time-and-place and flying off completely, the imaginary and the real juxtaposed and unfiltered, loose with structure and purpose, overlapping and tremendously beautiful.
Solo music, self-refined, honest and pure and open.
Delphine runs the Wild Silence label and lives in France.
Tapes were dubbed at home in an edition of 40 copies with inserts of original colour and black-and-white artworks by Dovile Simonyte included, printed at home as well.
The library is excited and honoured to be able to share this collection of new work with you.
From the both of us, we hope you enjoy and please get in touch if you want to chat, I’m always into starting new conversations about music and beyond and you can reach me at powermoveslabel(at)gmail(dot)com.
Take care and more to come,