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Elizabeth Veldon’s Winter Drones

Emanations from Glasgow

Elizabeth Veldon, a Glasgow-based musician, has been posting a series of winter-themed drones with titles like “glengoyne surrenders to winter and all the valleys fill with snow” and “a winter song for faze (sleep, sleep/ snow had fallen)” and “the lower levels of angels, even, are bathed in grace (for lilly).” They sound true to their titles: warm, long, hovering explorations of spaciousness and timelessness. They are luxurious things intended for immersive listening. The “glengoyne” one is 50 minutes in length, the others 30 minutes and 20 minutes respectively.

Track originally posted for free download at More from Veldon at,, and

By Marc Weidenbaum

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