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Rafael Anton Irisarri - The Unintentional Sea Full Album
Ambient, Drone
  • Performer:
    Rafael Anton Irisarri
  • Title:
    The Unintentional Sea
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Ambient, Drone
  • Release date:
    12 Nov 2013
  • Country:
    Australia
  • Size FLAC version
    1195 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2195 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered

Tracklist

1Daybreak Comes Soon10:42
2Fear And Trembling9:40
3Her Rituals7:01
4Lesser Than The Sum Of Its Parts
Vocals – Benoit Pioulard, Tiny Vipers
7:54
5The Witness6:20

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RM455Rafael Anton Irisarri The Unintentional Sea ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Room40RM455Australia2013
RM455Rafael Anton Irisarri The Unintentional Sea ‎(5xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Room40RM455Australia2013
RM455Rafael Anton Irisarri The Unintentional Sea ‎(5xFile, FLAC, Album)Room40RM455Australia2013

Credits

  • Composed By, Producer, Performer, Mixed By, Recorded ByRafael Anton Irisarri
  • Mastered ByLawrence English
  • Photography By, ArtworkJoshua Zucker-Pluda

Notes

Composed, performed and produced in Seattle, WA (Winter 2012 - 2013).

100 signed copies sold on http://rafaelantonirisarri.bandcamp.com

Companies

  • Published By – Outer Worlds Publishing
  • Mastered At – 158, Brisbane

Album

This unintentional sea had given life and now has taken it away. The follow-up to the much acclaimed The North Bend, this album continues Irisarris development of landscape inspired musical renderings. Its a record that sounds like staring at a vast ocean in light breeze. Layer upon layer of currents swirl below the surface, while gentle surges and waves coalesce creating fleeting patterns and moments of intermeshed sonics. As these elements meet and break away again, a sense of motion - both micro a. Genre:Electronic Style:Ambient, Drone Year:2013 Tracklist Fear And Trembling Her Rituals The Witness Daybreak Comes Soon Lesser Than The Sum Of Its Unintentional Sea - Rafael Anton Irisarri. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Rafael Anton Irisarri - The Unintentional Sea 2013. Album 2013 5 Songs. More By Rafael Anton Irisarri. Redirected from The Unintentional Sea Rafael Anton Irisarri album. Rafael Anton Irisarri is an American composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and media artist based in Seattle, Washington. He is predominantly associated with post-minimalist, drone and electronic music, exploring textural aesthetics for over half a decade. His pointillist compositions lean towards ostinato motifs that tap into minimalist ideals while his studio production style is characterized by dense layers of reverb and. Listen free to Rafael Anton Irisarri The Unintentional Sea Fear and Trembling, Her Rituals and more. 5 tracks 41:37. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Modifica pubblicazione. Vendi questo articolo. Rafael Anton Irisarri The Unintentional Sea. Etichetta: Room40 RM455. Formato: 5 File , FLAC, Album. Paese: Australia. Rafael Anton Irisarri - Lesser than the sum of its parts. Albums from this user

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Arryar
How is it possible for 139 people to have this record, when it is stated that there are only 100 numbered pieces in the world?
Beanisend
There was a standard and a Bandcamp/Direct from RAI option available. If you ordered from RAI it cam signed. If you ordered elsewhere it was standard. I think total there were 300 which is a Room40 standard.
ℓo√ﻉ
I swear this winter had no end in sight! It’s as if we missed the warm seasons altogether, and the winter started all over again. Five months ago I actually looked towards the dark and cold months, so that I can immerse myself in music which is not so appropriate for a sunny day, but honestly, this was too much! One of the albums that kept me cozy throughout this brittle stretch was the fourth full-length by Rafael Anton Irisarri, titled The Unintentional Sea. Released towards the end of 2013, this follow-up to the much acclaimed The North Bend (also appearing on the beloved Room40 operated by the one and only Lawrence English) was essentially the soundtrack to my morning commute. Even now, as I replay the album again, a shiver passes down my spine, as I recall my daily fight against incoming slush, the Hudson river rolling with huge hunks of ice, the frigid gust clawing at my cheeks already wet with tears caused by wind.The music is neither dark ambient nor drone, instead it’s a heavily textured soundscape influenced by a portrait of a place. Shuffling clicks, humming machines, moaning organics – each make up a complex organism which slowly evolves, moving through the landscape like a thick morning haze. The unfolding is gradual, moody and glum, full of vinyl crackle, guitar-driven whirr, sparse piano keys and meticulously controlled atmospherics. And yet, each track maintains a characteristic melody – that something which is immediately recognizable when you hear it again. Add to that a conceptual interpretation and the hints of sensed dismay begin to gently come into focus. In the case of The Unintentional Sea, Irisarri’s inspiration comes from a story of the Salton Sea – “a failed river redirection to assist Californian agricultural development at the turn of the 20th century.” The progression of the album attempts to mimic the transformation of the men-made body of water.“During the 1950s, this ecological disaster was seized and rebranded by corporate land developers, flipping it into a dream getaway destination for West Coast elites. Before long, record temperatures and a rising level of water mineralization led to the mass death of fish and other wildlife, and in turn so too did the resort town’s population, leaving behind a vast post-human deserted wasteland. This unintentional sea had given life and now has taken it away.”I first came upon Irisarri’s work with his 2007 debut release on Miasmah, titled Daydreaming. I still play that album every few months. A year later, Irisarri migrated over to Ghostly International under a different guise (and a completely different genre) as The Sight Below. Throughout the years, he managed to maintain both projects with consistent output: Hopes And Past Desires (Immune, 2009), The North Bend (Room40, 2010), and Reverie (Immune, 2010) under his real name; and Glider (Ghostly, 2008), Murmur EP (Ghostly, 2009) and It All Falls Apart (Ghostly, 2010) as The Sight Below. But there is more! Along with Thomas Meluch (aka Benoit Pioulard), Irisarri formed Orcas, which got picked up by Morr Music in 2012. In fact, the group’s second album, Yearling, is due out in just a couple of days, on April 4th. Irisarri is also behind Seattle’s Substrata Festival, with its fourth edition happening on July 17-20.
Ironrunner
thanks. nice write up.