Albert Swarm: “The Sea That Calls All Things Unto Her”
Finnish/Brooklyn-ish producer Albert Swarm has returned with the a new track titled “The Sea That Calls All Things Unto Her.” AS recorded this track at the same time as he was crafting his last release, the Held EP. It’s interesting to speculate as to why this track went unreleased then, though it can’t have anything to do with its quality, but we’re certainly glad it’s here now. At first, the aquatic gurgling that begins the track masks the deeper rumblings beneath its surface. These pieces slowly emerge to form slow moving drifts of synth tones, marshaled along by the martial sway of the steady drums. The build is slow and steady, until the first beat breaks halfway through the track, which allows the melodic elements to take a firmer hold. Suggested uses include: a substitute for the opening minutes [the part before the super evil T-Rex] of Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” segment in Disney’s Fantasia, a soundtrack for watching jellyfish at your local aquarium, or just good old fashioned chilling out.
Watch for a new release from Albert Swarm on Ceremony in the coming months
Written by Luke Carrell