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Christopher Willits - Opening (2014) Lossless

30-08-2014, 17:34
Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Christopher Willits - Opening (2014) Lossless

Artist: Christopher Willits
Title Of Album: Opening
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Ghostly International
Genre: Ambient, Electronic
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 44:59 min
Total Size: 250 MB


1. Vision (04:46)
2. Clear (05:43)
3. Ground (06:15)
4. Now (05:09)
5. Connect (07:33)
6. Wide (09:14)
7. Release (06:15)

""For years, I’ve imagined the work I do in music, photography, video/film, immersive audio and meditation all coming into one space," says music-art guru Christopher Willits from his home in San Francisco. It's an ambition that seems especially befitting of a worldly polymath like Willits. "Sound and light can transform and inspire our imaginations," he continues. "It can be used as a tool to awaken our consciousness." And that is exactly what he has set out to do with OPENING, the veteran Ghostly artist's new immersive audio-visual project. Across seven tracks of widescreen ambient music, 45 minutes of visuals shot over four years in multiple countries, seven photographs, and a multi-sensory, multiple channel live performance, Willits has created something which might better be thought of as an experience than a simple album. OPENING features Willits' latest music since Ancient Future, his 2012 collaboration with Japanese pianist Ryuichi Sakamoto, and his recent production and mastering work on Tycho's Awake. The vibrant, enveloping sounds we've come to expect from him are on full display. The quiet majesty of "VISION" ushers us into the sacred world Willits creates, a living universe that billows and heaves alongside slow-grooving songs like "CLEAR" and "CONNECT," or with the textural minutiae and harmonic subtleties in "GROUND" and “NOW”. Closing out the album, "WIDE" and "RELEASE" offer the listener a gentle comedown through 15 minutes of transcendent audio, with Willits' delicate guitar manipulations breathing life into the aether of finely textured atmospheres and soft-glowing synths."

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