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Boomkat Product Review:
A decade since Adrian Corker's excellent albums with Paul Conboy for Vertical Form, he now returns to pursue more cinematic angles with 'Raise', the latest in his line of expansive, soundtrack focused works. There's no film to accompany this album, unlike his previous 'Way Of The Morris' (2011), so it's up to you and your imagination to fill in the visual gaps. The nine pieces of 'Raise' utilise the inherent atmosphere of the spaces he recorded in, from his local pub to Valgeir Sigurdsson's legendary Greenhouse Studios in Iceland, to subtly colour the sterling performances of The Elysian Quartet, Lucy Railton and members of The Portico Quartet, rendering tranquil moments of widescreen beauty alongside intimate piano and sweeping strings sure to light up the curiosity of fans of Nico Muhly, Stars Of The Lid, or Fennesz.