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Who Cares How Long You Sink | Folk Forms Evaporate Big Sky

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Folk Forms Evaporate Big Sky

by Who Cares How Long You Sink

A large band with a fluid cast, it’s been slowly morphing for about five years and now makes music that suggests the implacable processes of the natural world, like the motions of tides and glaciers.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Leaves Rainbow
7:02 $0.99
2. Like Organic Life
5:29 $0.99
3. A Glance Shifts
6:16 $0.99
4. The Fear They Give
4:30 $0.99
5. Sink in the Water
6:16 $0.99
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2001 - Who Cares How Long You Sink is a group devoted to the slower aesthetic of musical movement. It is an attempt at making music move at a pace that closer represents the movement and growth of nature. Representing something like the moons travel across the night sky and/or a tree's sway in one area of that sky, rather than locomotion or some societal action. Most material is played during the musicians’ natural inhales or exhales and not to an external clock. Allowing everyone to move at their own pace through the material, becoming one layer in the stack of sound, motion and harmonic possibilities.
2007 - Now the sinking process has also become an orchestration for folk songs



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Bill D. MacKay

Jason Ajemian's Celestial Sounds
This record is a wonderful document of a unique sound and vision. Jason Ajemian's compositions are celestial and healing, but also challenging in their openness. It is minimal in a way, but also very rich. Check it out! You'll probably play it a lot...as I do.