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    Posted: October 23 2012 at 16:45
Please get in touch if you would like to review the new Rhys Marsh and The Autumn Ghost album "The Blue Hour" Below you will find some info about the record. 

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At the end of the summer RHYS MARSH AND THE AUTUMN GHOST return with their third full-length record, The Blue Hour, in which MARSH leads them into another bold sonic-territory.


The trademark combination of dynamics & melancholy remains, though this time the strings & Mellotrons have stepped aside for brass & woodwind ensembles. There is also a noticeable change in the vocal presentation — the thickly-layered harmonies have now been stripped back to a more monophonic point of focus. All of these elements come together beautifully, giving the album an incredibly warm & intimate atmosphere.


From the outset — the hypnotic rhythms & longing woodwind arrangement of “And I Wait” which slowly unfurls over seven minutes, after which heading straight into the sixties-tinged “Read The Cards”, with its heavily-staccatoed horn section & old-school double drums — it's clear that MARSH is pushing further forward.


From here, the album twists and turns even further, from the dulcet tones & enticing polyrhythms of “The Movements Of Our Last Farewell”, to the frantically-paced “Wooden Heart” — which, even with several intense dynamic-shifts & irregular time-signature changes, still manages to swing — before coming to an end with elegantly-psychedelic “One More Moment”.


For The Blue Hour, MARSH has once again assembled a new AUTUMN GHOST, this time featuring the cream of the crop of the contemporary Norwegian music scene. In fact, this is the first album on which MARSH has chosen to feature an entirely Norwegian line-up, borrowing from bands such as Jaga Jazzist, The National Bank, Emmerhoff And The Melancholy Babies & Pelbo, along with collaborators of Susanne Sundfør, Kaizers Orchestra & Magnet. This also marks the first occasion that an AUTUMN GHOST album has been written & recorded entirely in Norway.



The Blue Hour Tracklisting:

1)      And I Wait

2)      Read the Cards

3)      The Movements of Our Last Farewell

4)      Broken Light

5)      Wooden Heart

6)      Further From the Truth

7)      The Place Where You Lay

8)      One More Moment


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