Lost Channel

by anthéne

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rikm Lush, rich ambience from the Archives label. There's a feeling of enormous spaces and awe inspiring vistas here, something extreme and beautiful.

Highly recommended.
Wyndham Rain
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Wyndham Rain There is a grace and greatness to this collection by anthéne. From the plaintive choir of the opening (human, angel or machine?) to the slow organ grinding at the lower decibels of a vast cathedral's heart to the quasi-ecstatic monochord droning of a Krishna silhouette to the finely woven loop of fallen hopes and dreams. This is the channeling of lost channels: pure, sculpted melancholy streaming from a music portal near you.
James A. McDermid
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James A. McDermid astounding work. possibly anthéne's best work. Favorite track: Fallen.
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Canadian producer anthéne’s newest release, Lost Channel, is a powerful collection of gentle, reflective tracks. Lush, minimal synthesized chords comprise the record’s core, but anthéne routinely switches up the sound, which prevents the overall effect from feeling stale. There’s much to digest; “Fallen,” for instance, almost breaks the album’s fourth wall with the inclusion of overtones that sound a few degrees more synth-like than their surroundings, a reminder that what can be heard isn’t entirely organic. Further highlights include “Layover” whose notable quirks include frequent overtones of bells, a filtered choir working in tandem with gorgeous synthesizer pads, and a light dusting of shakers so drenched in reverb that they’re soon absorbed by the mix. It’s an emotional experience, the kind of album that just exemplifies the core appeal of ambient.

Written and produced by Brad Deschamps
Mastering by Taylor Deupree
Photography by Alexander Kopatz
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released May 10, 2019

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