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Artist
The Transcendence Orchestra (Anthony Child + Dan Bean)
ReleaseProduct
Feeling The Spirit
Label
Editions Mego
Catalogue Number
EMEGO282
Release Date
June 5, 2020

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The Transcendence Orchestra are doubtlessly on a journey, steadfast in their dedication to the cause of their name. Following on from the sorts of tao spirituality that informed 20th century modern classical music in its dream of peace and oneness (we’re thinking La Monte Young and Terry Riley in particular), the on-going meditations of Anthony Child and Dan Bean culminate here with Feeling The Spirit, an LP occupied not by arrival but the constancy of movement. Wind chime textures ring from ‘Imagine A Mountain Named After A Hospital’, while the palpability of ambient drones emitted from ‘The Golden Jaws of the Celestial Vice’ almost seem to materialise as actual light.

Digital Track List

  1. 1 It's Better to Experience Things Than to Conquer Them 10:27 Buy

    It's Better to Experience Things Than to Conquer Them

  2. 2 Hinge Caterpillar 9:06 Buy

    Hinge Caterpillar

  3. 3 Imagine a Mountain Named After a Hospital 10:11 Buy

    Imagine a Mountain Named After a Hospital

  4. 4 But Said in My Head, Not out Loud (Comment Made) 7:19 Buy

    But Said in My Head, Not out Loud (Comment Made)

  5. 5 The Golden Jaws of the Celestial Vice 5:50 Buy

    The Golden Jaws of the Celestial Vice

  6. 6 Nothing Is Real (Slight Return) 5:04 Buy

    Nothing Is Real (Slight Return)

  7. 7 The Goose and the Wren 5:24 Buy

    The Goose and the Wren

  8. 8 Overview Effect 3:34 Buy
  9. 9 Humans as Vessels for a Suite of Corporate Dream Delivery Services 14:04 Buy

    Humans as Vessels for a Suite of Corporate Dream Delivery Services

  10. 10 Nothing Is Real 5:30 Buy

The Transcendence Orchestra (Anthony Child + Dan Bean)

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