“Beautifully strange music to inspire the soul”
Guilo continue his foray into the world of modern classical meets folktronica with this double A sided single. The two slices burst with pastoral and sacred sounds performed with a host of friends from the more-cultured music scene in London.
Light and Weight culminates in an anthemic, triumphant fanfare, while Ruby of Cocundo pulses with cinematic aplomb to a climax of peals of trumpets and French horn. Beautifully mastered by Mark Beazley, the pieces are mixed expertly for hi-fi or headphone listening.
⌂ If you love Aaron Copland, Arlet, Fleet Foxes and North Sea Radio Orchestra
Guitar, Synth, Percussion: Guilo
Clarinet: Alice Westlake
Xylophone and angelharp: Oliver Cherer
Violin: Frank Biddulph
Trumpet: John Eacott
Cello and vocals: Rebecca Carrington
Vocals: Riketté Nefertiti Genesis
Mastering: Mark Beazley
Maeg Music Catalogue