29 Oct

Landing’s music-as-ripples-in-a-pond swirls in and out of focus around a riffless guitar and the spaciest of keyboard calls. It’s horribly out of vogue in these times of ballsy beats, retro-rock posturing, and other fashionable music movements. But Marshall McLuhan dubbed the persistence of fashion “The Bore War,” and I’m guessing that if he were around today he wouldn’t be bored at all by these sweet ambient sounds.

Fluency of Colors [MP3, 5.5MB, 128kbps]
Drummy Short [MP3, 2.3MB, 160kbps]
Hold Me Under [MP3, 3.1MB, 128kbps]
Tell Myself [MP3, 4MB, 160kbps]
Can’t Hide Forever [MP3, 8MB, 160kbps]
Rial Veed Fiir [MP3, 4.7MB, 160kbps]
Convergence [MP3, 6.4MB, 160kbps]
Disappear [MP3, 5.9MB, 160kbps]