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Lost Tribe Sound (one of our favourite labels) comment on Bandcamp:
"Doesn't get more perfect that this! Seems just a few years ago, Kendall was making some lo-fi downtempo tunes with hints of jazz. Albeit satisfying, he's now incredibly morphed into one of the most quality modern classical, ambient songwriters on the planet. Only critique I could give this beautiful album, please give me more shuffling, rhythmic hybrid folk numbers like "The Times Are Tired" and the title track. These pieces keep this rusty blood wheezing through the pipes. Favorite track: The Times Are Tired."
French Horn played by Jay Austin
Cello performed by Raphael Weinroth-Browne
Piano on track 6 written and performed by Owen Vaga
Drums recorded by Dennis Patterson at his home studio in Toronto, Ontario.
Mastered by Taylor Deupree
Alaskan Tapes is an Ambient music project based in Toronto, Canada. The outfit is the brainchild of composer Brady Kendall, who set out to explore different approaches and craft songs the aren’t only about memorable melodies, but also about texture and depth.
Alaskan Tapes releases conventional albums, tracks and EPs, but the project is also busy working on soundtrack work for film and other visual media. With its far-reaching orchestral drones, bespoke arrangements and intimate production aesthetics, the outfit’s recent release, “In Distance We’re Losing”, stands out as a great example of Alaskan Tapes’ work.
Music from Alaskan Tapes can be found in a variety of short films, including “Childhood Trauma” and “Mag Sein” by Director Eliot Rausch, or “ABADDON” by Director Rogerio Silva, just to mention a few.
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Lazy Days, Hazy Moments & Dancing to a Slower Groove