British musician and composer Tom Furse, better known for his work with his band The Horrors, has released a new solo album called Ecstatic Meditations which is out now via Lo Recordings. It is the follow up to 2016’s acclaimed debut Interludes. According to the press release, it features six beautifully crafted new tracks.
An adventurous deep listening experience, the new long player sees him deliver a sonic tapestry of sound that takes inspiration from the likes of Alice Coltrane, Laraaji, Eno and Steve Reich together with a new found appreciation for Japanese environmental music composers such as Akira Ito and Yasauki Shizimu. The result is an intense yet playfully refreshing take on ambient and electronic music.
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