Luna Firma - Falling Towards Atlantis

posted Feb 2, 2016, 4:49 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Dec 4, 2016, 10:17 AM ]

<< The debut release from Luna Firma, the duo of Kuutana and Eric “the” Taylor, is a graceful, narrative-driven album filled with small sounds and vivid aural imagery >>

https://lunafirma.bandcamp.com/releases


Review and Commentary

  • Falling Towards Atlantis - Hypnagogue Review << The debut release from Luna Firma, the duo of Kuutana and Eric “the” Taylor, is a graceful, narrative-driven album filled with small sounds and vivid aural imagery >>Hypnagogue ReviewsSome quotes from the review of the the Luna Firma "Falling Towards Atlantis" debut album:“Between Me and the Sea” sets the scene with wave sounds and shimmering tones, then brings in piano to open the vista. The backdrop is both fluid and dreamlike, and a nice dose of echo gives it dimension""I’ve listened to Falling Toward Atlantis a good number of times, and I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve lost track of time while listening."To Read the full review, visit the article ...
    Posted Dec 1, 2016, 1:48 PM by Ron Charron
  • Essay by George Miler - Inspired by Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis"  With permission, we've reposted this essay written by scholar and writer George Miler, inspired by Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis".  Ambient Soundscapes  are wonderful companions to the creative process. It's our pleasure to share you this listener experience.There Are Adventures and There Are…Other AdventuresThe long swells coming in off the Cronian Sea – which is now called the Atlantic – crashes on the white sand with the same familiar carrump-whoosh that I have heard in other lives. It is a comforting sound. It says that after all, the doings of the little creatures that scuttle on her shores on sail on her side blue expanse are nothing much to her. But she means a lot ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2016, 6:05 AM by Ron Charron
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Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis"

"Falling Towards Atlantis" is Luna Firma's first album. 
An album featuring gentle soundscapes with music intended as an "audio film" where you can fill-in the images with your imagination. 
Relaxing, but with a sense of adventure as you gradually find your way to the lost underwater city of Atlantis.
 
A collaboration featuring Eric the Taylor, and 
All tracks composed and performed by Eric the Taylor, and Kuutana .
Track "Glass Bottom Boat" features Brannon Hungness (on glass)

Album cover artwork by Andreas Schwietzke

You may also be interested in the follow-up album, "New Horizons"