Lone: Not Seeing Is A Flower

Lone SKU: 39820303
Lone: Not Seeing Is A Flower

Lone: Not Seeing Is A Flower

Lone SKU: 39820303

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Description

Title: Not Seeing Is A Flower
Artist: Lone
Label: Ancient Astronauts
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 5060731220479
Genre: Electronic

Lone continues to thrive on his newly established label, Ancient Astronauts, with it's second physical release of the year, the 'Not Seeing Is a Flower'. Steering towards a new studio album from the Nottingham-based producer, the three-track EP takes it's name from a Japanese idiom, which suggests that reality cannot compete with imagination. Lapping at varied shades of the psyche, 'Glyphic' kicks things off with a heavyweight tribal techno cut inspired by Cutler's experiences at Bass Coast festival this summer, fusing 303 acid with sweltering piano lines and otherworldly vocals for a transcendental dancefloor experience. The senses are heightened with title-track 'Not Seeing Is A Flower', which reaches beyond reality with slowly spoken samples effortlessly melting into a lush ambient techno backdrop reminiscent of early work from The Future Sound Of London, Orbital, and The Black Dog. Finally, 'Boketto' sees Lone embrace the same tone of downtempo trip-hop detailed on his albums 'Lemurian' and 'Reality Testing' with rolling percussion and meditative chimes drawing close on some of the producer's most lavish work to date.

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