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Time Is Passing

A reminder from València, Spain–based Warmth, aka Agustín Mena

“Life” is a track off Essay, a new full-length album from Warmth, aka Agustín Mena, who’s based in València, Spain. It’s thick with heavenly striations — the white-noise wash of waves, whether imaginary or recorded in the field; distant drones, like broken horns echoing down caverns; a lush vocal, evaporating in real time — and all the while a slow pulse trickles by, less a beat than a reminder that time is passing.

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By Marc Weidenbaum

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