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Boomkat Product Review:
Field recordings, delicate drones, noise and sublime ambience for fans of vintage Brian Eno, K. Leimer or Loscil.
Interest in US ambient pioneer Marc Barreca's productions spiked again a few years ago when the Freedom To Spend imprint reissued his loopy and playful 1983 epic "Music Works For Industry". But Barreca isn't just an ambient fetishists dream, he's still releasing new music and "The Empty Bridge" proves he's still exploring haunted, atmospheric soundscapes with just as much vigor as he ever was.
Assembled during lockdown in a remote mountain cottage, the album vaporizes subtle field recordings into languid pools of synth, spine-chilling drones and sampled instrumentation. Sometimes it sounds almost orchestral, reminiscent of Steve Reich or Terry Riley, and sometimes is more in line with the subterranean gems that pock Erik Skodvin's Miasmah label or Manchester's sferic imprint. These ambient-industrial landscapes are a fine reflection of a new isolated reality, and act as a tight commentary on ambient music's four decades of evolution.