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After eight years of work, Landing have turned into something of a free-flowing enterprise, where each album or release is almost like a new chapter in a book. It's something captured as well in their album artwork, as if they were snapshots in a continuing journey in some strange landscape. Key to all this working, though, is constantly fine music, and once again Landing deliver on the excellent Brocade. Now fully expanded to a quintet with the inclusion of Peter Baumann, on Brocade Landing balance out newer kinds of gentle tension in arrangements and performances while still maintaining the overall glow and glaze from their earliest days. Without being either the tasteful dead end of "post-rock" as it ended up or the dramatic-to-a-fault approach of Godspeed You Black Emperor! and their many descendants, the band's music here suggests stateliness and progress — consider the inspirational rise of the opening song, "Loft," where a crisp, clinical rhythm like a mutated Kraftwerk is matched with keyboard swells and intertwined, liquid guitar melodies. From there, Brocade continues in presenting songs that are soothing but never sappy, tinged with melancholia but never less than warm, and captivating in their own particular way. Adrienne Snow's understated vocals softly wend their occasional way through the mix — when she first appears on "Yon," the effect is downright subliminal — while "How to Be Clear" features Aaron Snow adding a distanced performance over a suddenly motoriked-up performance, featuring the guitars at their most blasting. The whole album is not of a piece, though, with "Spiral Arms" getting its emphasis and rhythm via the combination of guitar lines rather than drums, though bass softly underpins the song while finger cymbals add a further mysterious touch, while the beatless (but not arrhythmic) "Music for Three Synthesizers" is just that.


Se formó en: 1998 en Provo, UT

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Low have something of a reputation as being the Mormon slo-core band, but they're not the only softly narcotic group of recent vintage with connections to that faith. Based around the husband and wife team of Aaron and Adrienne Snow, who met at Brigham Young University in 1994 and moved to Connecticut later in the decade, Landing is a fine, generally instrumental group whose music betrays open influences from such fine bands as the Cure, Slowdive and any number of dreamy space/post-rock bands of...
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