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Premiere: Double Geography – Late Night Swimmer

With over 60 releases to their ever-expanding discography, Glasgow-based record label Invisible Inc. issue their 36th album courtesy of Double Geography.

Over the years of composing with his long-standing production partner LJ Horstman under the moniker Weird Weather, producer and audio engineer Duncan Thornley has transformed into a multi-instrumental mastermind conducting new age experiments and balearic ballads infused with meditative ambient.

Open Water‘ is a submerged voyage through pacific states of mind accompanied by a troop of talented musicians including Adam Hayes on the drums, Pike Ogilvy on the congas, Jasper Osbourne on the fretless bass, Kaidi Akinnibi on the saxophone, Simeon May on the bass clarinet and Greg Foat on the piano.

Our pick from the album is ‘Late Night Swimmer‘ – a nocturnal track suited for divers searching for divine light in the depths of the ocean. Displacing gravity, Double Geography sculpts a discerning downtempo soundtrack replete with a synthesised chorus of celestial sounds and a lively percussion arrangement reminiscent of stormy skimming stones reflecting pristine waters.

‘Open Water’ is scheduled for release on 1st May via Invisible Inc. Order a vinyl copy from Inverted Audio Store.

TRACKLIST

1. Goodbye Great Escape
2. Rotating Sun Thing
3. Famous Italian Referee
4. Late Night Swimmer
5. Facing South
6. Asleep On The Bow
7. Prophet Elias Monastery
8. Open Water
9. The Return Leg

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