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Album Review

For this limited-edition EP (only 2000 copies were pressed), two of the songs from Simile are paired with two new songs, “Remnant Signals” and “Crash Deconstructed.” Both are similar in feel to Simile; ambient piano instrumentals in a washed Music for Airports ambience. The title track, “The Motion Makes Me Last” makes a return appearance, and remains one of Eluvium's most notable songs, as it's the first to feature his baritone vocals prominently. “Leaves Eclipse the Light” is also revisited, but this time it is reworked by the Books’ Nick Zammuto, who adds his own spin to the sleepy pop piece.

Biography

Born: Tennessee

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Portland, Oregon resident Matthew Cooper records ambient music under the alias Eluvium. With effects-heavy guitar drones that would feel equally at home on an album by Brian Eno or Fennesz, his recordings obtained a passionate following among fans of post-rock and experimental indie. Over time, his sound grew and branched out, incorporating strings, vocals, pianos, and more overt classical influences. His debut release, Lambent Material, was released on the Temporary Residence imprint in 2003. The...
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