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William Fowler Collins - Enter The Host download album

  • Performer: William Fowler Collins
  • Album: Enter The Host
  • FLAC: 1331 mb | MP3: 1514 mb
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: Drone, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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William Fowler Collins - Enter The Host download album

William Fowler Collins.

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Collins has released music on the SIGE, Type, Blackest Rainbow, Handmade Birds, Daymare, Digitalis and Root Strata labels. Current projects include collaborations with Aaron Bradford Turner (SUMAC, Mamiffer) and James Jackson Toth (Wooden Wand). Daniel Menche, William Fowler Collins - split.

William Warde Fowler (16 May 1847 – 15 June 1921) was an English historian and ornithologist, and tutor at Lincoln College, Oxford. He was best known for his works on ancient Roman religion. Among his most influential works was The Roman Festivals of the Period of the Republic (1899).

Listen to music from William Fowler Collins like We Are Here To Help You, Contact Is A Mother & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from William Fowler Collins. Collins records for the Type Record Label and has additional releases on the Root Strata and Digitalis labels.

Stream William Fowler Collins and James Jackson Toth’s. New Mexico artist William Fowler Collins has explored many different musical territories over the years. Though we’ve previously covered his brutal work in Mesa Ritual, his latest project takes a more tranquil route.

William Collins RA (8 September 1788 in London – 17 February 1847 in London) was an English landscape and genre painter. His sentimental paintings of poor people enjoying nature became a posthumous high fashion, notably in the 1870s when his market price rose higher than Constable (Cromer Sands, £3780, 1872) and stayed so until 1894. Turner, his model, far exceeded him in value (The Grand Canal, Venice, sold to Vanderbilt in 1885 for £20,000).

Something that made his 2011 record so Eureka!-able was his whole-hog frustration with dark music stereotypes. That riveting criticism was re-upped and re-aimed at folk music in 2016 on his awesome collaboration with James Jackson Toth. It more than makes sense, then, that Fowler Collins is continuing his assault on our cult-music grammatology. His next record is called Field Music, and it comes out October 19 on SIGE. I’ll let you guess what genre label it’s mortaring this time

Most recently, he dropped his newest slab of droning bleakness, Tenebroso, on Handmade Birds in August of last year. Collins is the absolute end-all, be-all go-to guy to for the type of all-embracing, dark, and atmospheric music that drone lovers bury their heads (and souls) into. A rousing combination of buried electronics, both electric and lap steel guitars, and field recordings.

William Fowler Collins. Drew Tewksbury: If you could start, introduce yourself, talk about your practice. William Fowler Collins: My name is William Fowler Collins and I'm a Pisces. Drew Tewksbury: I like long walks on the beach. William Fowler Collins: Let's see. I guess I would consider myself a recording artist. I enjoy playing live as well. William Fowler Collins: I think everybody brings something different to the table, in terms of audience and what they think of as music, and why they like it. Some people want to be entertained. Some people want to be soothed by music. I watch tons of films and when I'm in the studio mixing or I'm thinking about how an album sequence is going to be when I've completed, a set amount of tracks - even though there's not a specific narrative in what I'm doing with the music and it's abstract, I've actually referred to pieces as scenes

Tracklist

A1 Enter The Host I
B1 Enter The Host II

Credits

  • Mastered By – Pete Swanson
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – William Fowler Collins

Notes

Recorded and mixed in October 2009.
Edition of 100 copies.