Double Geography
The Indoor Gardener

20,00

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why we love this

A calming listen that serves as a perfect backdrop for your creative peaks. The sound is serene and playful at the same time.

about the record

Double Geography is Duncan Thornley, one half of Weird Weather who have released on Emotional Response, Going Good and their own Whip+Lash imprint, exploring sometimes hypnotic, sometimes abstract experimental tech-tronica.

Double Geography, however, takes us deep into the undergrowth, into the world of plants. The music feels warm, melodic and emotive, but listen closely and underneath the surface is a complex depth where you'll find a lot more is going on and it gives the whole piece of work an edginess undeniably synthetic in nature. Like an organic, analogue paradise re-imagined through the mind of an artificial intelligence. The atmospheres created being less a hazy "dreaminess" than a dreamlike cinematic soundtrack to a mystical reality.

Technical wizardry is also very much apparent. Thornley's day job as an audio engineer has paid off well here. The unique character of many of the sounds we're hearing seem as rich, complex and diverse as the natural world that inspired their creation. His mastery of the equipment at his fingertips is obvious.

So relax, take a deep breath and take a wander around this botanic paradise. It’s a psychedelic Garden of Eden for the 21st century.

  1. 1 - Yucca 6:12
  2. 2 - Golden Pothos 5:29
  3. 3 - Norfolk Island Palm 8:09
  4. 4 - Dracaena 5:04
  5. 5 - Lucky Bamboo 4:03
  6. 6 - Saint Paulia 3:23
  7. 7 - Century Plant 1:26
  8. 8 - A Drop Of Water 5:00

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Double Geography
The Indoor Gardener

20,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Yucca 6:12
  2. 2 - Golden Pothos 5:29
  3. 3 - Norfolk Island Palm 8:09
  4. 4 - Dracaena 5:04
  5. 5 - Lucky Bamboo 4:03
  6. 6 - Saint Paulia 3:23
  7. 7 - Century Plant 1:26
  8. 8 - A Drop Of Water 5:00

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why we love this

A calming listen that serves as a perfect backdrop for your creative peaks. The sound is serene and playful at the same time.

about the record

Double Geography is Duncan Thornley, one half of Weird Weather who have released on Emotional Response, Going Good and their own Whip+Lash imprint, exploring sometimes hypnotic, sometimes abstract experimental tech-tronica.

Double Geography, however, takes us deep into the undergrowth, into the world of plants. The music feels warm, melodic and emotive, but listen closely and underneath the surface is a complex depth where you'll find a lot more is going on and it gives the whole piece of work an edginess undeniably synthetic in nature. Like an organic, analogue paradise re-imagined through the mind of an artificial intelligence. The atmospheres created being less a hazy "dreaminess" than a dreamlike cinematic soundtrack to a mystical reality.

Technical wizardry is also very much apparent. Thornley's day job as an audio engineer has paid off well here. The unique character of many of the sounds we're hearing seem as rich, complex and diverse as the natural world that inspired their creation. His mastery of the equipment at his fingertips is obvious.

So relax, take a deep breath and take a wander around this botanic paradise. It’s a psychedelic Garden of Eden for the 21st century.

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