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Norway Base of Operations May Account for the Nocturnal Theme

A drone from Oslo's Sunflower Correspondence

This ever so brief, four-minute drone performance by Oslo-based Sunflower Correspondence follows the arc of a slow billow, rising and falling at the pace of a lonesome cloud bank. A squelchy tone occasionally peeks out, like a mountain top revealed amid the passing mist. The mountain has its own curves, sedentary compared even to the passing cloud, of course, but taking on varied appearances depending on the cast shadows. Sunflower’s Norway base of operations may account for the nocturnal theme of the track, titled “Winter Midnight Streetlight Smalltown Rain.” It’s a landscape painted with light static and warped bells, white noise and gentle pulses.

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By Marc Weidenbaum

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