Sunny Balm - Eucalypt (LP) (Sacred Summits)

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Sunny Balm - Eucalypt (LP) (Sacred Summits)
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A unique, rhythmic and psychedelic offering from Sunny Balm aka Murray Collier (Grim Lusk / Pussy Mothers) on Sacred Summits, a joint enterprise from Emotional Response / Rescue etc, and Firecracker Recordings. Strongly recommended.

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Murray Collier, recording as Grim Lusk (Domestic Exile), Dip Friso (Real Landscape) and one half of Pussy Mothers (Optimo) has been releasing into the troposphere for quite some time now. This is his first offering as Sunny Balm; grasping at the familiar of the exotica but, in turn, bringing a unique, rhythmic and psychedelic offering.

The majority of the recording took place in Glasgow, Scotland over two or three years. Recorded predominantly to reel-to-reel tape on a Tascam 388, while exploring new Instruments; balafon, agogo, hand drums, shakers, bansuri - as well as synthesisers, samplers, drum machines and field recordings, he also explored the possibilities of tape pitch-shifting, saturation, splicing, and the creation of rhythmic and melodic loops.

These recordings only came to life and after re-locating to Mandurah (Manjoogoordap), Western Australia where the new environment and proximity to the Indian Ocean led to a desire to create organic instrumental music, but with no access to instruments beyond a sampler and a microphone. This led to the foraging of these digitised tape archives, and the blending of these recordings into a new context reflecting on first impressions of the sun-drenched landscape in which he found himself.

This record was assembled on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Nyoongar nation, and is as much a reflection on the beauty of the traditional landscape, as it is a lament to what has been taken by western colonialism

Ltd Edition LP + Insert in Screen Printed Sleeve.

Design By Murray Collier and House of Traps
Insert text by Simon Webster
Screen printed by House of Traps
Riso Insert printed by Sunday's in Good Press, Glasgow

Additional Information

Additional Information

Artist Sunny Balm
Label Sacred Summits
Music Format General Vinyl
Music Format Specific 12"
Genre Ambient / New Age, Electronic, Experimental
Release Date 15 Oct 2019
Track 1 Position A1
Track 1 Title Eucalypt
Track 1 Preview URL https://usolnaudiopreviews.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/SS007/A1+-+Eucalypt.mp3
Track 2 Position A2
Track 2 Title Septugenarian Dugong
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Track 3 Position A3
Track 3 Title Bad Sleep Well
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Track 4 Position A4
Track 4 Title Blasted Health
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Track 5 Position A5
Track 5 Title A Mobile Nature
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Track 6 Position A6
Track 6 Title Bardo
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Track 7 Position A7
Track 7 Title Memorial Beam
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Track 8 Position B1
Track 8 Title At The Water Margin
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Track 9 Position B2
Track 9 Title What's Happening World?
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Track 10 Position B3
Track 10 Title Din Of The Mill
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Track 11 Position No
Track 11 Title No
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Track 12 Position No
Track12 Title No
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