Artist: Scott Da Ros
Title: Layers of Silence
Format: LP and Digital
Release date: May 26, 2015
All songs written, produced & mixed by Scott Da Ros at Spaacemoon, Snoowcaat in Montreal
Mastered by J. LaPointe at Archive Mastering
Michael Feuerstack plays:
pedal steel on A1, keys on B7, A2 & B4, shaker on A5, electric guitar on B6, A5 & B4, tambourine on B1 & A7
Cover font & emblem by Alesia Lund Paz
Artwork by Scott Da Ros
Side A: 1. Dust settles | 2. Four brass eyes | 3. Larry Holmes deadly stare | 4. Last billionth of a second | 5. Scotch & concrete | 6. Better days | 7. Black helicopter
Side B: 1. Chances | 2. Collision at home | 3. Meeka squeaks | 4. Less | 5. Wake up Jack, they are coming | 6. Entering from afar | 7. Insomniacs guide to the neverdream
About the Album
Layers of Silence, the new instrumental release from Montreal’s Scott Da Ros (Triune Gods/Deadly Stare) is a beautifully kinetic tour-de-force. As drums rumble and crash in daring acrobatic syncopations, sounds are drawn from the four corners of the world to drive them ever forward. There is a perpetual sense of movement, an infectious anticipation, like a supersonic jet with a plush interior, soaring across the landscape with Da Ros at the helm. There is no in-flight movie, only a wild beat-driven soundtrack that soaks up the flavours of everywhere it has been. Once it has travelled around the world and gathered its passengers, it angles toward space, rocketing to the stars.
The album, limited to 200 vinyl records, is being released in North America by Endemik Music and in Europe by Luana Records.
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