Freedom Lapse

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why we love this

With its slow and winding tempos, complemented by heavy electronic beats, it's almost as if you are stealthily infiltrating a mysterious domain in search of profound revelations.

about the record

Recorded over a four-week period in early 2020, Freedom Lapse is the debut solo release of Australian multi-instrumentalist and composer Adam Halliwell. It owes its genesis to an epiphanic moment experienced whilst traversing a mountainous passage in Mexico, a place where ‘the past, present, and future stretch out in one place.’ Entranced by this environment, its colours, the villages, and local life, Halliwell listened to music that inspires him. The result: ‘complete aural, visual, and spiritual completeness’, a moment of discovery, he explains. Shortly after, the material that now comprises Freedom Lapse was recorded, distilling this powerful sensorial experience into a body of music that he has now invited the world to share with him.

  1. 1 - Memory Gold 5:41
  2. 2 - Banana Leaf 10:42
  3. 3 - Freedom Lapse 3:13
  4. 4 - Cygon Dance 9:15
  5. 5 - The Cycle 3:35
  6. 6 - Two Water 6:44

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Freedom Lapse

29,00

only 1 left

  1. 1 - Memory Gold 5:41
  2. 2 - Banana Leaf 10:42
  3. 3 - Freedom Lapse 3:13
  4. 4 - Cygon Dance 9:15
  5. 5 - The Cycle 3:35
  6. 6 - Two Water 6:44

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why we love this

With its slow and winding tempos, complemented by heavy electronic beats, it's almost as if you are stealthily infiltrating a mysterious domain in search of profound revelations.

about the record

Recorded over a four-week period in early 2020, Freedom Lapse is the debut solo release of Australian multi-instrumentalist and composer Adam Halliwell. It owes its genesis to an epiphanic moment experienced whilst traversing a mountainous passage in Mexico, a place where ‘the past, present, and future stretch out in one place.’ Entranced by this environment, its colours, the villages, and local life, Halliwell listened to music that inspires him. The result: ‘complete aural, visual, and spiritual completeness’, a moment of discovery, he explains. Shortly after, the material that now comprises Freedom Lapse was recorded, distilling this powerful sensorial experience into a body of music that he has now invited the world to share with him.

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