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Boomkat Product Review:
Jonny Nash and Kyle Martin rekindle their Land Of Light in the quiet new dawn of ‘The World Lies Breathing’ some seven years since their debut with ESP Institute.
With a barely-there presence, Nash & Martin converse in a small sound vocabulary of china-tinkle pointillism, spare string touches and bubbling electronics quite clearly inspired by Japanese ambient environmental music that also loops back into early Eno styles. They masterful balance contrasting sounds and textures in pensile space with a tremulous, tip-of-the-tongue sensitivity to tone and clarity that keeps listeners suspended by a silky thread.
“Written and composed over the course of two years, “The World Lies Breathing” reflects the pair’s shared development towards spacious, abstract composition crafted from a wide range of contrasting sound sources. Utilising a combination of acoustic instruments, contact microphones and Martin’s self-built modular synthesiser “The World Lies Breathing” focuses on the space between sounds, conjuring up an organic yet alien landscape that exists on the edge of an unknowable void.”