Rainbow Pyramids #32
Limited edition of 32 sold out.
Lee boyd; gtr & fx > portastudio 2012 – 2014
mixed 2014 by cloudsound
Artwork and Design by Rainbow Pyramid
"Floating Ideals in Search of Paradise in all Shades. New Jammer from cloudsound" - Rainbow Pyramid
Microphones In The Trees ~
~ Translated from Spanish ~
"I am happy to say that my favorite Cloudsound disk, even more than 'II' comes once again from the hand of Rainbow Pyramid. as when Ginjoha edited Tapes 'forgiveness' Strange Mountain and feel a crush on the disc, cover, seal, title, music. chance, maybe not, maybe yes ... and that definitely is as if all the musicians adapt themselves a little style to the aura of Rainbow Pyramid. Lee Boyd 'looking for paradise in all its forms', in transoceanic guitar and planner 'self attenuator as infinity' that both reminds me of 'the garden of eternal life' Mark McGuire, including 'khol' Steven R. Smith in the first half. envelope, reverberant, with little distortion. that feeling 'guitar meditations' as played back, remains throughout the album because 'earth echi marooned alien', so so nice, hard sighed and also reminds me of Mark McGuire. or 'chrome drone', as Sky Stadium, beautiful but too abrupt end, as if the song was incomplete. 'the spirit of love so infinite as life' is nostalgia and addiction, take a centenary gender and do actual sound without losing the soul."
~ Translated from Japanese ~
Cloudsound by new six songs and ambient cassette also had out of the (Illuminated Paths). Environmental sounds in Hades. I do not think things of this world. Shalt listen while a deep breath."
~ Translated from Russian ~
Project author Lee Boyd uses his music to classical drone ambient gentlemen's set - a guitar with effects. But the worst of it is certainly not becoming. Began to publish not so long ago, Lee now becomes easily on a par with such artists as Hakobune, Paul Bradley, David Tagg, Strom Noir, Nemertis - and so on. Music such seemingly much - but it is impossible to hear a lot. Hear, hear, and she was like the air - just there, just flows like water swirls like mist, shines like the moon or the sun. When this effect is achieved, it seems to me, the musician is no longer so in the strict sense, it is rather just released something that gives shape to a certain energy, and so diffuse around. But that clearance is minimal, you only need to keep this energy could be music. A little more of that kind of information, intervention or treatment of the original recording - and the magic is lost, dissolved somewhere in the bowels of the computer programs. And then everything is simple: play on the tape and then put on the label. Maybe, of course, something I do not know, but it sounds all very organic and frankly. Music from the heart and soul. Balm, you might say. Sweet and healthy.