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Boomkat Product Review:
On his long-awaited 2nd LP for Houndstooth, Ross Tones a.k.a. Throwing Snow takes influence from the cyclical nature of life itself as the diving board into a dreamy album of elusive and emotive electronica themes and razor-sharp drum programming.
Divining complexity from simplicity, across Embers Throwing Snow uses a variety of production techniques - electronic, acoustic, aleatoric - to grow relatively elemental sounds into more intricate structures, which he neatly proposes as a model, or allegory, for the processes of pattern evolution and cycles of birth and decay fundamental to the laws of nature.
In effect he’s produced Throwing Snow’s defining opus; a lushly colourful batch steeped in eldritch whirligig melodies and curdling harmonics, grounded in earthly rugged rhythms, but with billions of years of starlight twinkling in its eyes.