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Reverberating Forest


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1733 mb

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1158 mb

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1353 mb

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4.2 ✱





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Astro And Winters In Osaka - Reverberating Forest FLAC

Astro And Winters In Osaka - Reverberating Forest FLAC


1 Reverberating Forest 39:46

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Koenji-Minami Studio
  • Mixed At – Gorgon Head Studios
  • Mastered At – Gorgon Head Studios


  • Layout [Uncredited] – Taylor Geddes
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Andy Lippoldt*
  • Performer – Adam Jennings, Andy Lippoldt*, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Mackenzi Chami*, Mike Finklea


Astro's take: Studio works by Hiroshi Hasegawa at Koenji-Minami Studio in Tokyo, June 2012.
Recorded March-June 2012.
Mixed and mastered at The Gorgon Head Studios, June 2012.
Edition of 500 copies.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Astro And Winters In Osaka Astro And Winters In Osaka - Reverberating Forest ‎(File, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Winters In Osaka Self-released) none US 2012

Reverberating Forest is a collaboration between the harsh noise wunderkind Astro and the droning, noisy collection Winters In Osaka. The disc holds one forty minute track that combines both harsh noise and drone together, with Winters In Osaka and Astro trading off for center stage in various vignettes.The single, titular track begins with a shimmering drone from Winters In Osaka; everything is perfectly balanced, from the guitar lines to the subtle entrances of sound. Even some noise gets thrown in here or there with some kettle-like whistles and crashes underneath the sustained tone. Throughout the first twenty minutes or so, Reverberating Forest feels on edge; it often goes back and forth between movements, sometimes shifting into climaxes and at other times allowing the sound to recoil from its scope.The climaxes work well to include the harsher aspects of noise, and the shift often allows some extra effects to be added. Around twenty minutes in the work shifts to a more Astro-centric approach – the drone is given up in favor of Astro’s demolition of the soundscape. Eventually the drones of Winters In Osaka do return; however, the segmented nature of this collaboration tends to make it feel more like a split than both acts working together.Still, Reverberating Forest is a fascinating forty minute listen, perfect for a shorter trip where the track can be encompassed in full. The drone and noise combo works well together thanks to the many climaxes, and it seems these two acts fit quite snugly into the other’s work.From MemoryWaveTransmission.wordpress.com

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