Rise EP short review @ The Gypsy Diaries
Auditory Canvas just put out a new free EP titled Rise; spoiler alert – this one is definitely making it on the next episode of The Gypsy Diaries:electronic radio. Featuring a beautiful layering of sounds, Rise is quickly becoming a staple in my “Unwind&Rebind” collection – it’s mellow without becoming drowsy, rhythmic without becoming repetitive and includes just the right size dollop of bass. In short, I love it.
Fabric of Life review @ contactmusic.com
Andrew Lockwood just wrote a very humbling and flattering review of the Fabric of Life album over at contactmusic.com:
Fabric of Life Review @createdigitalmusic.com
Create Digital Music posted a great article on the Fabric of Life album, the release strategy I used for it, and other related, and pertinent points, you can view the article here:
Fabric of Life review by Thomas Raukamp
Thomas Raukamp posted a very flattering review of the Fabric of Life album which you can read here:
Fabric of Life review @ UBLF Chilldown Period
UBLF Chilldown Period also posted a very thoughtful review on the album:
Great Scott (Glitch.fm) review of Fabric of Life
Scott, founder of Glitch.fm sent me an awesome quick review of the album too:
“Brilliantly beautiful textures and melodies filled with delicious granular details and good rhythms when only absolutely appropriate. Think BT’s “This Binary Universe” meets Guy Sigsworth’s compositions (and a little Enigma here and there)! If anyone involved in the film industry is reading this – AC deserves a job scoring films with work like this. Top favorites are Spring Rain, Fabrique, and Chrysalis though it’s all good. ” – Great Scott (Muti Music // Glitch.FM // Scarcity Records).
If you haven’t checked out glitch.fm yet I highly recommend you do, some pretty cool audio treats from many different DJs and artists. http://glitch.fm
Some very kind words from Gus over at Osprey Marketing:
“At first I was a little surprised when I read that Fabric of Life is Auditory Canvas’s first full album release. His abundant discography features regularly on my play list, but it hadn’t really occurred to me that he has, thus far, only ever released material on EP. His explanation for this is, that until now, he never really felt that the music he had to release had enough cohesion to be packaged together as a unified “album”. After giving repeated attentive listens to Fabric of Life, I have to agree that his eight years of putting these tracks together were well spent; this is a finely crafted and endlessly listenable album.
Everything that I love about AC’s style is here. The craftsman’s attention to timbre and detail, the master artists attention to depth and interpretable layers of meaning, and the musicians ecstatic joy in experiencing sound.”
A very flattering review of Fabric of Life over at cephalopop:
Thanks to everyone for their time and effort on the articles and reviews, I sincerely appreciate it.