(2018​-​2020) In the eyes of infinite light

by Mathias Grassow & Eyes cast down

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about

This new collaboration with "Eyes cast down" (Greg Moorcroft) came about spontaneously and grew over a year. Some sounds are already known from various works by Grassow, but Greg has added a very own note to the pieces.....
Greg says :
"I asked Mathias in early 2018 if he had a track to which I might contribute. He sent me these four beautiful synth tracks.
Finding the right parts to complement them was a joy. The most inspired moment was spontaneously drumming on my Pork Pie drum throne (while sitting on it) listening to one of Mathias’ tracks. I ended up recording some of that for Epiphany with horses."
Above all, we hope you will find the music inspiring in many ways."
So, both artists ask you to feel the deep in 90 minutes profound ambient for a special price !

credits

released January 29, 2020

Thanks to Greg Moorcroft for participation and the easy collaboration over so many miles.
Thanks too to my wife Cornelia Kern for layout & artwork.

Gregs notes: "Working with Mathias has been an honor and a lot of fun. Big thanks to him and Cornelia for their friendship and support."

Mathias Grassow plays several synths & samplers on this album. Furthermore, some various nature - and field recordings come from him.

Eyes cast down contributed to the following pieces with these instruments:
LUMINOUS: 12-string electric guitars.
GOLDEN PAVILLON: Electric & fretless electric guitars, E-Bow, frame drum, singing bowls, tingsha.
EPIPHANY WITH HORSES: Electric guitars, throne drumming, rainsticks, gravel, sticks, castanets, thunder tube.
ICESCAPE AT SUNRISE: Electric guitars, synth piano, processed tingsha.

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