thank you for this work. it seemed to deeply resonate in symbiosis with the fungal sacraments we imbibed in last night. it felt to act as part of the brew enhancing and acting as a potentiator. I appreciate the evolution of your sound and i look forward to hearing what comes next.
Liam Blackburn’s Ancestral Voices project has been consistently hard to pin down to any genre as he progresses through his new musical experiment. Taking hunks of his formative style developed as Indigo and stretching it into uncharted forms, most of his new work is underpinned by a skill at sound design that has endeared him to the sync community and recently saw his music soundtracking a trailer for Paramount Pictures 2018 thriller ‘A Quiet Place’ - www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9wE8dyzEJE.
To launch his own label ‘The Fifth Kingdom’, Liam has stripped away the rhythms and percussion entirely for a full 6 track ambient release that soars and glides on a bed of cloud like haze.
A soundtrack for flotation, Mycelia opens an exciting new outlet for conscious music from one of electronica’s more daring creators.
I love all of ASC's work but these are the pieces that talk to me like no other. The longed for anticipation, the journey , and the melancholy of knowing the experience is gone. Each piece can stand tall on their own, but as a whole tell the full story to me. Michael Shannon
How blessed I feel to have practically stumbled upon this album by accident. I was drawn to the unabashedly painterly artwork, assuming this would be a more "interesting" than memorable experimental record, how wrong I was. Ben Harris