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December 13, 2012 Fractured grooves got the noise kids dancing and we went heavy on deconstructing tape loops in 2012.
On "Mountains Ash," the whistling echoes of traditional English folk music are stretched out of layered violins and sparse piano.
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May 13, 2010 Under the name A Broken Consort, Richard Skelton sketches ambient abstracts of the British countryside. In a flutter of drones, "Mountains Ash" moves like volcanic ash in cinematic slow motion.
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