Aidan Baker and bass clarinetist Gareth Davis continue their fruitful collaboration with “Invisible Cities II” – five new tracks of finest ambient / chamber jazz / subtle drones of a highly meditative quality. Available as 180gr LP and download.
2 years ago, the Canadian guitar player Aidan Baker and clarinetist Gareth Davis from Belgium released their duo debut “Invisible Cities” that surprised many by its quiet, even meditative quality. Davis had made himself a name in a wide range of fields, from the postrock of A-Sun Amissa or Oiseaux-Tempête, new music (Peter Ablinger, Bernhard Lang), or experimentation with the likes of Elliot Sharp, Merzbow or Scanner, while Baker is mostly known for his drone / postmetal duo Nadja, but that‘s just one out of several steady projects and a multitude of solo albums.
On “Invisible Cities” the duo explored the calmer side of things – from chamber jazz to ambient / drone and back, giving much space and air to breathe to their respective instrument. Subtle guitar drones, sonore clarinet sounds, a sonic scenery of peacefullness and meditative introspection – all this you‘ll also find on the new album “Invisible Cities II” which is an accomplished continuation and refinement of the duo‘s first collaborative effort from 2018.
Recorded between 2018 and 2019 in Berlin and Amsterdam, mastered and cut at D&M Berlin.