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WILLIAM FOWLER COLLINS
TENEBROSO - CD
Originally from rural New England and now living in New Mexico, William Fowler Collins (b.1974) is a musician whose work explores and synthesizes both musical and extra-musical elements. His work has been described as a cinematic blending of the dark ambient, drone, electroacoustic, noise, and ambient black metal genres of music.
With "Tenebroso", William threads a cinematic element in his music that transcends even the best moments of classic Eno, permanently ushering William's work to a plane only inhabited by timeless musicianship. It is with this seminal release- a milestone in an already prolific career- that we embrace as part of our Dark Icons Series.
About "The Resurrections Unseen" (Type):
"The Resurrections Unseen made me feel, perhaps moreso than any album this year, and continues to leave me shaken after repeated listens." - Tiny Mix Tapes
"...this is a sound mutedly resigned to its fate, stoically watching white noise flesh and guitar textured fabric disintegrate with time, watching the dust accumulate at the stumps where heavy leather boots once stood. The amount of space and detached sense of control in this music is only comparable with the most skilled ambient manipulators - we're talking Deathprod, Thomas Koner, Lustmord, Kevin Drumm - and could well turn out to be a serious seasonal favourite round these parts. Highly Recommended." - Boomkat
About "Malpais", a collaboration with GoG (Utech):
"Malpais is one of the most artistically communicated noise releases that I've ever heard." - Foxy Digitalis
"The journey however, convinces me that these two artists are forerunners in the field of forward thinking noise, ambience and drone." - Lurker
WFC Edition: 500 CD, mastered by James Plotkin