Echodeck – “Flying Machine”

October 29, 2013 at 12:22 pm


I wrote about Echodeck already in 2008, and it took them some years before they felt satisfied enough with the material to release an album. In Spring “Flying Machine” was finally released, a beautiful instrumental creation where man meets machine, monotony meets dreams, hammer blows meet tender melodies, into a whole which still feels warm and hopeful. Listen here to a couple of tracks from the album.

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November 19, 2008 at 1:00 pm

EchodeckI feel rather limited in presenting Echodeck in a blog post. Their entire concept is built upon a total experience of sound and vision and also contains a large part of improvisation. I do feel, though, that the recordings they present gives an interesting insight into what they want to accomplish.

It’s about music that is built around an ambience where layer is built upon layer, often to an electronic beat. Melody passages is mixed with moments of pure ambience and sounds of normal instruments are interwoven with  electronic sounds.

It is very beautiful, and it would be very interesting to be able to see them live someday.
Enjoy two tracks with Echodeck:

Black Box

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