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Boomkat Product Review:
Mark Nelson, best known as the man at the controls for Labradford and his own Pan American project, has long been developing his interest in quiet sounds and delicate expanses, but this is perhaps his most evocative album; a strange, intimate mix of electronics and acoustic soundscapes taking in opulent melodic textures and precious found sounds somewhere between Lynchian nightscapes and dusty Americana.
Somehow you can't call these pieces Ambient, although in many respects they perfectly sum up the untouched chill of vast open spaces and the glowing warmth of intimate hideaways. While on his previous album River Made No Sound, Nelson explored the furthest reaches of electronic reduction, Quiet City is a much more organic affair, introducing luxurious instrumentation and space echoes showered with love.
Rarely has quiet music sounded this multi-faceted; like a flickering neon sign in the middle of nowhere, hinting at all the unknown things lurking beyond the horizon...