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Boomkat Product Review:
Brian Pyle a.k.a. Ensemble Economique completely has our attention with his 11th studio album (4th for Denovali) of typically unpredictable and deeply satisfying synth/post-wave music.
It's rare that an artist can keep us rapt for eight minutes with little more than a single, modulated synthline but in EE's hands such things are possible, and even likely. 'From the Train Window, Red Flowers on the Mountain' does just that with deeply haunting, pensile effect, giving way to the harmonic bloom and funereal drums of 'Blossoms in Red' featuring Soft Metals, and subsequently space for a strung-out Scott Walker nod with 'On The Sand' starring Peter Broderick, and the crawling, weeping 'You, by Candlelight' with J. Moon. 'Nothing Is Perfect' finds Pyle solo to close with a slow moving cascade of keys washed against acoumsatic field recordings in melancholic, theatrical fashion.
Give this man a film to soundtrack!