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Boomkat Product Review:
Nonloc is the solo project of Bright guitarist Mark Dwinell, a man who while being able to play his little indie heart out has a special place reserved in his heart for the minimalist compositions of Steve Reich or Terry Riley. Not having heard his work in Bright I actually made that up a bit, but honestly the first thing I heard when I put this disc on was a marvellous understanding of minimalism - across 'Between Hemispheres' (his debut album) Dwinell layers looping phrases of guitar and other elements to create some truly breathtaking moments. This is not the sort of thing you can just rustle up out of nowhere and shows he knows exactly what he's doing rather than leaving everything to chance. Within seconds of the killer opening track 'Corpus Callosum' you are in no doubt that the man has a clear talent for creating extended, simplistic but defiantly beautiful minimalist works and using the instrumentation that he does it ends up sounding like little else you've heard. When he introduces vocals into the mix to add further pop shackles to his experimentally minded tracks it actually works, coming across like a bastard son of 70s prog rock and the Takoma school of string botherers. Another almost unclassifiable and totally beautiful disc from the Strange Attractors label - highly recommended.