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Headphone Commute Review

Listening to Marcus Fischer always puts me into a tranquil state. Even as I am walking the infested streets of New York City, my mind slows to a crawl, and only the clouds move with the rhythm as the pedestrians rush towards their demise. In the office, the sounds of Collected Dust are especially delightful when reconstructed with a pair of nice open back headphones – right now my Grados 125 are doing the trick. Gentle ambiance, delicate guitar strums, and reserved reverb are all at the center of this subdued recording. But the pieces on the album have actually been collected from numerous sessions, and compiled by Marc Ostermeier for this release on his very own Tench imprint. “From January 2009 through January 2010, Marcus kept a blog called Dust Breeding to document the results of his goal to complete one creative project a day for 365 days. These projects included photographs, field recordings, design, illustration, sewing, videos, DIY electronics experiments and music. He reached his goal of one full year of daily entries and has continued to add entries over the last few years, though less frequently.” Each vignette on the album originally appeared as part of this project, and after being selected by Ostermeier refined further by Fischer for the album. This is a perfect prelude to my deeper listening to Portland (Oregon, USA) based Fischer’s collaboartion with Taylor Deupree on In A Place Of Such Graceful Shapes released only a few days ago on the always wonderful 12k. Minimal ambiance at its best. Highly recommended for fans of Pillowdiver, Celer, Ian Hawgood, and of course Deupree himself.

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