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16 October 2012

Paul Corley Second Teaser

Listen to excerpts from two more tracks!

We know everyone's super excited to hear Paul Corley's debut Disquiet which we'll be releasing on November 5. Following the teaser clip we posted the other day with excerpts from two songs, we've decided to do the same for the other two songs on the album and so you can now get a taste of the whole album!

Check the two teaser clips out below, and remember to follow Paul on Facebook and Twitter!
 



What the press says

Wintry melodies, prepared piano and subtle electronics are at the heart of Corley’s sound.

Resident Advisor (October 18th 2012) Read all reviews

Beautifully compelling debut release by a real find…It treads a very fine line between neo-classical (de)composition and
metaphysical field recordings that so many have tried yet failed to capture so delicately as this.

Boomkat (November 1st 2012) Read all reviews

Glitchy electronics revolve around heavily processed guitar figures; deft piano chords underpin spacious landscapes of found sounds to conjure images of a haunted, vacant world.

WQXR (November 5th 2012) Read all reviews

Corley shows himself to be a masterful sculptor of sound, someone capable of shaping myriad fragments into meaningful wholes of dramatic import…nothing short of remarkable.

Textura (November 5th 2012) Read all reviews

Eerily sumptuous, Disquiet is a very strong and listenable debut containing both obvious surface musicality and a wealth of microcosmic activity lurking in the periphery.

Nick Storring — Exclaim (November 6th 2012) ★★★★★★★★ Read all reviews

The attention to detail and the rich, atmospheric textures help to smoothen out the contrasting squeaks and shivers, until the music enjoys a near-perfect state of equilibrium that is very difficult to conjure.

James Catchpole — Fluid Radio (November 19th 2012) Read all reviews

...simply sublime.

Headphone Commute (November 29th 2012) Read all reviews

“...a masterpiece, sparse and unadorned without ever being austere, a chillingly-beautiful set of instrumental meditations.”

Create Digital Music (December 26th 2012) Read all reviews

Corley has here crafted four transcendental prepared piano pieces, layered and broken within a clear reverberant landscape of melodic distortion, lonesome field echo and fathomless deep-space bass.

AM — MOJO (January 9th 2013) ★★★★★★★★ Read all reviews

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