Friday, February 14, 2014

Review from Weird Canada

The fine folks at Weird Canada posted a review of Cold Wires. Original here, pasted below.

Winnipeg drone guitarist Curran Faris has become known for his signature tones and signals, elevating the listener in both live and recorded settings. Cold Wires continues his ethereal world of pedal worship, providing a musical base to a moment in which one can pause and be raised above the void of soundlessness in their mental make-up, looking down upon their thoughts as they are momentarily lifted into a lush musical landscape. Serving as the perfect follow up to his 2011 album Tired Forever, with Cold Wires Faris gives the listener another escape for 45 minutes and 14 seconds.

In other news, I'll be heading into the studio for a quick session in the next month or so. As well as recording at home.

Also, be sure you check out Weird Canada's newly launched Wyrd Distro. Hugely important resource for fans, artists and labels here in Canada.

Current listening: Grave Miasma - Odori Spelcrorum; George Harrison - All Things Must Pass; Vatican Shadow - Remember Your Black Day; Work/Death - Phone About to Ring; Bohren & der club of Gore - Piano Nights.

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