Taylor M - NesT

Taylor M – Nest

On Taylor M.’s NesT, healthy doses of white noise and interference are the backdrop for distant, unsure tones, beautiful and deformed, many tracks more soundscape than anything else, and a greater emphasis on tonality than melody.

NesT is in part relaxing, in part rousing, and if you enjoy moodscapes it’s certainly worth immersing yourself in.

Percussion feels as though utilised purposefully, and the conspicuously man made nature of the drums and rhythms instil a sense of them playing a human element in a soundscape in which timbres represent elements in a journey through an unfamiliar plane.

Techniques such as momentarily fading out an otherwise contstant noise bed, or cutting short a reverb tail, introduced a surreal element to the tracks, both breaking the illusion and, paradoxically, throwing me further into the world.

NesT is in part relaxing, in part rousing, and if you enjoy moodscapes it’s certainly worth immersing yourself in.

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