A tape released by Amek. For “Naive Slumber”, his long due full-length album appearance on Amek, Evitceles reached deep into his well of emotional ambient and carefully picked nearly 60 minutes of music, which we couldn’t be releasing at a more appropriate time. Mostly melancholic, border-line uplifting and always deeply contemplative, the album unfolds and blooms into vivid visions of vast rainy gardens, secluded urban passages and abandoned seaside resorts. “Naive Slumber” is structured by warm, swirling synth loops, floating melodies, subtle pads and hidden audio artefacts. Its tight and focused production turns the album into a gripping musical experience, which reveals its deepest secrets only with the listener put into full submission.
Usually experimenting with abstract rhythmic structures, mellow atmospheres, guitar and synth textures, Bulgarian-born producer V-stók has been taming electronic sounds in the London scene for quite a few years now. His passion for longer and more free-form audio explorations has finally brought him to Amek Collective.
From the fragile ambient soundcapes...
A tape edition of the album from Jarl.
"Phonophobia" is a kind of continuation of the subject matter of the previous release. While "Hyperacusis" was an attempt to explore this phenomenon and has shown it through the sound and final composition of songs directly influencing the peculiar nature of the album,