The common thread is co-writer and producer Will Thomas, who releases minimal electronic music under the moniker Plumbline on London’s esteemed Hydrogen Dukebox label. Vocal and lyrical contributions from the truly amazing Natalie Walker, Merz, Ian Masters (of the Pale Saints), and Cat Martino lend to the stylistically varied sound. Instrumentally, Kevin O’Donnell (drummer for Andrew Bird), CJ Camerieri (horn for Rufus Wainwright) and Julia Kent and Maxim Moston (cello and violin for Antony & the Johnsons) all add to the cast of incredible talent featured throughout the album. And Plumbline collaborator Roger Eno’s string arrangements help raise the ethereal and thematic album closer ‘The World is Kind’ to deeply moving new heights.
Here is a wonderful ensemble brought together to create Mid/Air, a mesmerizing musical journey that’s surely worth a listen. Maybe even two.
Edited by apollinaris on 14 Dec 2007, 20:34
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