Earthworks

by Drombeg

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TONY ZAGORAIOS
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TONY ZAGORAIOS One of these albums, that you need only a few notes to press the Buy Now button. Amazing atmosphere, with interesting and meaningful melodies. This is a journey that floats like a dream. Favorite track: Each Morning, A Miracle Of Colour.
Medeor
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Medeor If the Lebor Gabála Érenn was a musical this could be the soundtrack. Crepuscular rays of imminent hope and palpable joy shine from each lovingly wrapped track, largo verdancy drips concentrated life force into your ears almost as if Thomas Brookes was attempting to appease the sídhe. Truly beautiful. Favorite track: Handfuls Of Clay.
ioflow
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ioflow lovely blend of birdsong, strings, piano, and field recordings. cinematic. gorgeous. delicate, tinkling melodies and bold, rumbling chords. greenery dripping with fresh rain, the sun emerging from clouds; strong and warm. Favorite track: There Has To Be A Heaven.
Ståle Laastad
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Ståle Laastad amazing atmospheric album, rarely do you hear fieldscape mixed with ambient drones done so well! Favorite track: Handfuls Of Clay.
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'Earthworks' is Thom Brookes' debut album as Drombeg, following his acclaimed EP ‘Notes From The Ocean Floor’ in 2015. A soundtrack for the middle-of-nowhere, the wild landscapes of Brookes' native Southern Ireland are littered with historic (Tumulus), and geological (Béarra) structures hardened under the relentless elements. Sinuous string melodies, and tender piano phrases reach like sunlight breaking through heavy clouds, blended with electronics and field recordings in careful balance to produce a rich cinematic sound.

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released January 29, 2016

All compositions written and produced by Thomas Brookes (c) Copyright 2015 

Saxophone by Phil Gardelis
Published by Evolving Music Company
Mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri
Photography by Thomas Brookes
Design by Michael Waring

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