Label: Further Records - FUR060 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Minimal, Abstract, Modern Classical, Ambient
Or browse results titled :. Jo Johnson London, UK. Contact Jo Johnson. Streaming and Download help. If you like Jo Johnson, you may also like:. K by Donato Ancestral Footsteps - Jo Johnson - Weaving . Dose by Raica. This is a somewhat challenging album that reeks of LSD in the desert, but incredibly rewarding and fascinating with time.
I now listen to it almost religiously. Utmost respect to Chloe for creating this masterpiece! Imaginary Lines by Jonathan Fitoussi. Repetitive sonic patterns create a peaceful mind. Filled with spacious synth textures with a retro Steve Reich touch. Margaret Harmer.
Farmarama by A Man Called Adam. Moody, minimalist electronic music driven by potent, throbbing rhythms and topped with wry, French-language vocals. Balearic 4 by Balearic. Explore music. Weaving by Jo Johnson. Tuonela Amazing work! The title is brilliantly apt. You can concentrate on the detail, the warp and weft of the sound, and be amazed at it's colours and complexity; or you can just zone out, wrap yourself in the woven result and be transported on a carpet of sound.
Favorite track: In the Shadow of the Workhouse. Dijksterhuis Just blissed out amazingness. Favorite track: Silver Threads. Bart Furp. Bart Furp Excellent stuff, ambient and kinetic. I am an instant and forever fan. Reminiscent of Koen Holtkamp? James Morgan. James Morgan Beautifully hypnotic album you can just lose yourself to. Favorite track: Words Came Cold And Lonely Hours - Ramble Away by Chapter Three - Ramble Away Ancestral Footsteps - Jo Johnson - Weaving.
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Interestingly, the title of the piece is inspired by an anthropological theory Johnson stumbled across that musical ability predates language in humans.
Weaving condenses Johnson's long love affair with free jazz, minimalism and electronic music and this unique ambient composition is invested with powerful emotional resonance. Tags electronic ambient cosmic techno London. Jad go to album. Margaret Harmer go to album. On Bandcamp Radio. Sampa The Great and the Best of !