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Tom Hall - Fluere


1Undulated Fluctus Wave
2Silanif End
4The Story Of Awe Resonare
5From Heights To Depths And Back Again
6Fluere Through The Metal Hair


  • Photography [Images] – Tom Hall
  • Recorded By, ProducerTom Hall


Thanks to: Mum & Dad, Sian Williams, Lawrence English, Joel Stern &

All Sounds originated from Brisbane's Story Bridge Australia.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its principal arts funding and advisory body.



Fluere by Tom Hall, released 04 March 2007 1. Su 2. From Heights To Depths And Back Again 3. Supportare 4. Metallon 5. Fluere Through The Metal Hair 6. Undulated Fluctus Wave 8. The Story Of Awe Resonare 9. Silanif End. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. name your price. Listen free to Tom Hall Fluere Su, From Heights To Depths And Back Again and more. 9 tracks . The Story of Awe Resonare. Tom Hall. 1,: Los Angeles. Tom Hall - Fluere ::Experimental Sound Album:: Quote. Post by Nightrider Mon Apr 30, 2007 7:58 am. Recently launched my new album Fluere with a live av performance that was very well received. Seehear extract of performance here You can here track 8 on my myspace destroy. This album consists of 6 months of sonic documentation of a Bridge here in Brisbane, Australia called the Story Bridge. Отказаться от подписки на канал Tom Hall. A story about my album FLUERE which is based on Brisbane's Story Bridge. Release group by Tom Hall. Release group information. Artist: Tom Hall. Type: Album. Stream Metallon by Tom Hall from desktop or your mobile device. Taken from the album FLUERE released April 2007. The album consisted only of processed field recordings taken from The Story Bridge, Brisbane, Australia. tom hall fluere story bridge brisbane australia GettyLicense. Release date: 14 April 2007. Tom Hall - Tom Hall. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Find Tom T. Tom T. Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Follow Artist. Enormously successful in the 1960s & '70s country scene as both singer and songwriter. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Tom Hall is a media artist based in Los Angeles, USA. Hall's eclectic works flourish by utilising a variety of mediums, each that reflect on his varied background and interests. With a strong focus on elements of the 'everyday' Hall's practice involves considered explorations into place, space and time

Tom Hall - Fluere
Performer: Tom Hall
Genre: Electro / Audio
Title: Fluere
Country: Australia
Released: Apr 2007
Style: Field Recording, Abstract, Experimental
MP3 album: 2951 mb
FLAC album: 2819 mb
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: 001
Label: Nightrider Records

All the basic sounds for Fluere originate from the Story Bridge in Brisbane, Australia, and were then processed and shaped into nine individual compositions, oscillating between speaker-shattering organic drone rumble and quasi-rhythmic, reverb-saturated ambient textures. Hall's music vaguely recalls Thomas Koner's classic 1990s isolationist works or even the most reduced moments of some releases on Basic Channel, yet it is rawer in nature and develops its own nuances, thus sounding neither outdated nor eclectic. There is a weird in-between quality to the sounds on this release, as the digital processing is very apparent throughout, while the lo-fi character of the basic material is still present in the final tracks. This goes along well with an overall structural simplicity; Hall usually employs just a few elements per track, and allows them to take their time to unfold their qualities. Luckily, despite extensively manipulating the sounds Hall keeps in mind their source and knows how to weave occasional faint yet evocative traces of the sounds of wind or of cars passing over the bridge into the fabric of his tracks. Fluere is actually at its best when those sounds merge with the stark drones, while the rhythm-oriented moments seem less convincing at times. There is a rough or even crude quality to the way Hall processes and presents his sounds which does work well and clearly distinguishes this release from the bulk of works dealing with manipulated field recordings, but could nevertheless benefit from some refinement here and there. 6/10 -- Magnus Schaefer (29 August, 2007) Foxy Digitalis