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Boomkat Product Review:
Italian musician Emanuele Errante’s debut album ‘Migrations’ was something of a revelation, taking the shadowy template thrown down by Deaf Center and Marsen Jules and giving it a blissful, almost-hopeful focus. It’s been four years since that debut, and in the interim Errante has been busy collaborating with Dakota Suite and crafting this, his sophomore solo work ‘Time Elapsing Handheld’. Those of you enamoured with his earlier work will likely be pleased that he hasn’t switched things up much, but rather he has focused and honed his talents to create a work of pastoral, cinematic beauty. Fellow member of the drone elite Simon Scott also pops up for album highlight ‘Made To Give’, which adds a viscous low-end to Errante’s light string-laced textures. Scott’s involvement fills out the song and gives it a weightiness that provides a welcome counterpoint to the album’s fluttering acoustics. Elsewhere ‘Memoirs’ brings echoes of Steve Reich and Harold Budd with it’s delicate repeating phrases and haunted piano sounds. Gorgeous.