Luke Howard - Two Places (2016)

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Luke Howard - Two Places (2016)

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1 	The Main Sequence 	6:19
2 	Longplay 	6:14
3 	The Map Is Not The Territory 	5:32
4 	Holtsgata 	4:38
5 	The Mist Hardships 	12:12
6 	Two Places 	3:42
7 	Atlases 	7:48
8 	Radio Fields 	2:42
9 	Common Ground 	3:10
10 	The Crossing Of The Years 	3:54
11 	Peripatetic 	6:11
12 	Magnolia 	4:42
13 	The Ends 	3:34

Bass Trombone – Charles MacInnes
Cello – Chris Worsey, Michelle Wood, Nick Cooper, Sharon Draper
Double Bass – Benjamin Hanlon
Drums – Daniel Farrugia
Electric Bass – Ryan Monro
French Horn – Anton Schroeder
Guitar – Benjamin Edgar, Leonard Grigoryan
Harpsichord – Donald Nicolson
Piano, Electronics – Luke Howard
Producer – Luke Howard
Trumpet – Greg Spence
Viola – Bruce White, Christopher Cartlidge
Violin – Daniel Bhattacharya, Monica Curro, Nicky Sweeney, Sarah Curro
Violin, Viola – Erkki Veltheim 


What is really great about Two Places is that there are so many of those “wow…” moments where you are fully immersed in a soft and deep music, that really inebriates you and taps you something inside. Two Places is the second solo album of the Melbourne-born composer Luke Howard whose name is well known for his compositions for film and theatre. He is also the leader of the group Magnolia and of the Luke Howard Trio. I didn’t know about his music instead before hearing about it in the amazing world of Echoes and Dust, and the first thing I thought listening to Two Places is that Luke Howard composes melancholic, emotionally fueled, and undeniably beautiful music.

Every time I discover a new artist/band I start looking at their previous works and I go back to the first release, and so I did with Luke Howard and his debut Sun, Cloud that’s sublime. Two Places can be considered a kind of continuum of Sun, Cloud like if the two albums were parts of the same experiment where the musician, influenced by both electronic and neo and modern-classical music, incorporates various stylistic elements into his work. ---Daniela Patrizi,


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