Coating The Surfaces Of The Subconscious: Stream Matthew Sage’s New Ambient Album “Lux Collapsing”

by • October 17, 2012 • MusicComments (0)716

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NO FEAR OF POP recently profiled the incredible new album from Matthew Sage entitled Lux Collapsing, and it’s ready and waiting for you in the Souncloud streamer below.  But this is just the beginning of the story.  Matthew is, in fact, the chief behind Colorado-based label Patient Sounds, and together with his partner Tiffanie Collins, they recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to meet their goal of getting two releases out on vinyl.  One of these two releases will be Matthew’s own Lux Collapsing — a brilliant choice — and no one could be happier than the team at Stadiums & Shrines who recently published their glowing review of the album: “There’s something almost perpetually undone about Lux Collapsing—as if destined never to fully crystallize, but rather circulate like dust in a room, exposed to motion, coating the surfaces of the subconscious.”  Now THAT’S how you write a review, folks.  You can read it in full by visiting StadiumsAndShrines.com.  To contribute to Matthew and Tiffanie’s Kickstarter campaign CLICK HERE, and be sure to visit their label at PatientSounds.com.

Source: NO FEAR OF POP
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