Subsiding

by Siavash Amini

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Stíofan Mac Arcaíl
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Stíofan Mac Arcaíl Subsiding:
A wonderful piece of music telling the tale in my eyes of a seemingly hopeless situation with a repeated refrain seeking to console the afrighted which results in a Divine Response at the end from Heaven to Earth seemingly unhinging any confusion about the happenings which are set in Stone: a Stone of offense.
Dev Bhat
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Dev Bhat This is one of those deep listens that leaves you feeling like you just had an extremely concentrated searching of your soul. Favorite track: The Water Awaits You.
Dotflac
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Dotflac Second part in a triptych of works, Subsiding is set after the redeeming soul pruning from his previous album.

This time, the myth of the Hollow Earth and the legendary realm of Agartha reflect the inner journey through our refined heart that we are about to start, seeking the secret tunnels through reason and emotions to reach our core of serenity.

Between cathartic granular synthesis and curing acoustic intrumentations, Subsiding confirms Siavash Amini as a prominent artist on this scene. Favorite track: Subsiding.
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Prominent Iranian artist Siavash Amini continues a triptych of works with ‘Subsiding’, an album of instrumental ambient drone. His most full and detailed sound to date illustrates Amini’s ability to bring together modern classical composition with that of controlled noise, granular synthesis, and atmospheric soundscape. Both monolithic and micro sound sculptures coexist within a perfect balance, a mix which makes for an all encompassing listen across the audio spectrum, funereal yet uplifting.

Complete with striking cover photography by Alex Kozobolis, “Subsiding” will be available on glass-mastered CD in digipack sleeves (run of 200) and digital formats.

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released November 2, 2015

All music composed by Siavash Amini
Violin, Viola: Babak Koohestani
Clarinet: Soheil Peyghambari
Strings and Clarinets Recorded at Migrain Studio by Pouya Pour-Amin

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