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'In order to see this beauty, one must risk everything and perhaps be a little mad.
Stunningly enunciated by Richard Knox & Frédéric D. Oberland's nuanced approach to songwriting.' THE SILENT BALLET 8/10

The Rustle of the Stars is a project created by Richard Knox and Frédéric D. Oberland in 2010.

Frédéric D. Oberland lives in Paris, France. Multi-instrumentalist and founding member of the experimental film/poetry/music related project FareWell Poetry, he's also performing solo. Actual member of Le Réveil des Tropiques, past member of Medecine Music, 21 Love Hotel, he has collaborated in the past years with musicians like Gaspar Claus, Bérangère Maximin, Colin Johnco, Arborea, etc, and composed some original soundtracks for cinema (Augustin Gimel, Blacklight, Jayne Amara Ross, Hugo Verlinde, Ken Brown, Mark Tribe, Boris Lehman).

Richard Knox lives and works in Leeds, UK and is one half of the ambient/modern classical duo Glissando, part of A-Sun Amissa, Of Thread & Mist and an occasional live member of Sleepingdog (with Chantal Acda of True Bypass and Adam Wiltzie of Stars of the Lid) amongst other musical projects. He also runs Gizeh Records - an independent record label releasing music by the likes of Conquering Animal Sound, Sleepingdog, Glissando, FareWell Poetry, Fieldhead and Trespassers William.

Some words from Frédéric & Richard:
We met on tour when performing in Europe with our respective bands Glissando and FareWell Poetry. We had beautiful times, drinking and talking our common grounds whilst some simple ideas formed in our minds: to compose an album together. To imagine a musical passage through the North Pole explorer diaries. To ask some people and some friends to participate. To record the project in a church. To act quickly.

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