One song is well worth the price of purchase, but entire release is amazing: "All These Moments Are Blue Type (Fields Of Indigo Lights Are Where Your Love Used To Be)." Breathtaking work.
Favorite track: All These Moments Are Blue Type (Fields Of Indigo Lights Are Where Your Love Used To Be).
Wolven is a modern interpretation of the 2009 release 'Wolfskin' by Ian Hawgood. 'Wolfskin' contained a series of sketches inspired by childhood dreams and nightmares. The modern interpretations were based on these original sketches.
Disc 1 is an interpretation written and arranged by Ian Hawgood, with the help of Aaron Martin, Dag Rosenqvist, Spheruleus, Pillowdiver, y0t0 and Hakobune
Disc 2 is an interpretation written and arranged by Brock Van Wey (bvdub)
Thank you: Aaron, Brock, Dag, Rafael, Harry, René, Charlie, Takahiro, Ian, and Eirik - thank you for your creative brilliance and soul...we've made something special here and it means the world to me.
Thank you: Jeremy, Christian, Ben, Danny, Craig, Andrew, Mike, Federico, Wil, Tim, Clem, Ryo, Warren, Brian - thank you for the support and love.
Thank you: Daniel Crossley - mate, you amaze me...your friendship is...
Thank you: My wife, sister and mum - for being family when it is all that really matters. Strength in adversity.
Thank you: Dad...we miss you. In each moment, you are there.
Thank you: YOU - I'd still just be playing music in my bedroom to myself if it weren't for you.
Finally, this album is for Jonathan. x
released May 19, 2013
All original music by Ian Hawgood.
Cello by Aaron Martin.
Disc 1 was mixed by Ian Hawgood, featuring Dag Rosenqvist, Spheruleus, Pillowdiver, Hakobune, y0t0.
Produced and mixed by Brock Van Wey.
Disc 1 mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri
Disc 2 mastered by Brock Van Wey
Photography by Eirik Holmøyvik
Design by Ian Hazeldine
Danny and I have been working on music for many years together now as well as playing shows regularly. 'Faintly Recollected' is a long-form work we spent a few years on and we are so proud of it :) Koen Music
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In Bokeh, Wil Bolton patiently crafted six tracks, where processed field recordings and reverberated synthesizers melodies are carefully balanced.
Chimes, bar-like talks, distant traffic or whispers from the wind frame the story of this release in a very small location. We are only one step away from saying that the artist takes us in his privacy with Bokeh ; and I'll go for it.
Very personal and sensitive, this album takes place behind the closed doors of Bolton's near environment.