The light was sharp, our eyes were open

24,00

in stock

why we love this

Polymorphing riddles told in chromed spoken world and rattlesnake synth leads. Pablo’s Eye’s plainspoken delivery underlies a certain attentiveness to the nature of transitions, situating change as a destination in itself.

about the record

A group of friends goes sailing and one disappears. The others start searching for her. But it gradually becomes apparent that she won’t be found. So the friends return home one by one. Only the missing girl’s lover and her best friend remain. They have begun an affair. As the lovers come together the girl’s disappearance is all but forgotten.

From Michelangelo Antonioni — “Auteur of eerie angst” (L’Avventura) by Richard Skinner from Vade Mecum Essays, Reviews & Interviews (Zero books, 2015)

  1. 1 - Breezes were polar storms 1:20
  2. 2 - Stories are what they are 3:21
  3. 3 - Red light returning 3:01
  4. 4 - The adventure 1:06
  5. 5 - The mirror 1:37
  6. 6 - Nadar 4:21
  7. 7 - The dog days are long gone 4:09

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

The light was sharp, our eyes were open

24,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Breezes were polar storms 1:20
  2. 2 - Stories are what they are 3:21
  3. 3 - Red light returning 3:01
  4. 4 - The adventure 1:06
  5. 5 - The mirror 1:37
  6. 6 - Nadar 4:21
  7. 7 - The dog days are long gone 4:09

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Polymorphing riddles told in chromed spoken world and rattlesnake synth leads. Pablo’s Eye’s plainspoken delivery underlies a certain attentiveness to the nature of transitions, situating change as a destination in itself.

about the record

A group of friends goes sailing and one disappears. The others start searching for her. But it gradually becomes apparent that she won’t be found. So the friends return home one by one. Only the missing girl’s lover and her best friend remain. They have begun an affair. As the lovers come together the girl’s disappearance is all but forgotten.

From Michelangelo Antonioni — “Auteur of eerie angst” (L’Avventura) by Richard Skinner from Vade Mecum Essays, Reviews & Interviews (Zero books, 2015)

fits in the mood

more by Stroom

see more

want to stay in the loop?

sign up for moody picks, inspiring interviews & more.


buitenwallepad 4, ghent ·
fri to sun · 12:00 to 18:00