Somewhere In The Distance, Somewhere Toward The Mountains

Flatsound - Somewhere In The Distance, Somewhere Toward The Mountains
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February 21, 2019 / Release Date
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Funny thing about this review, i've attempted to right a big ol' review for this but after 3 mishaps and 3 very angry punches to my computer....I'm just going to take it easier, less info, more emotion
Flatsound, a recording project that sprouted from Mitch Welling, a poet, songwriter, and photographer who, for the past, 10 or so years in his career, has grown as an artist. Whether it'd be his lo-fi production, or his support from fans, the times have definitely aged him as musician very ... read more
Ambient music can be a difficult medium to tell a specific story through. It is inherently a very abstract, free form genre that is left almost entirely up to the interpretation of the listener. Sometimes, however, an album manages to perfectly convey the struggles and emotions that went into it, as is the case here with Flatsound's newest full-length LP. "Somewhere In The Distance, Somewhere Towards The Mountains" represents the long train ride of the agoraphobic artist, finally able ... read more
The amount of times I listen to this album when I go to sleep is unreal. It's a very good LP for ambient sound effects for a project or to sleep a bit better at night. I don't really have a personal favorite but I highly recommend listening to this album if you're into ambient music.
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