Its hard to capture in words the place inside yourself this album reveals but for the duration of its play you get to really enjoy just being your-Self.
Favorite track: On Deaf Hearts Your Prayers They Fall.
bvdub is Brock Van Wey, a native of the San Francisco Bay Area. Devoting his life to the SF rave scene in the late 80's, he began to DJ and promote his own deep house and ambient events in 1991, rising 10 years before a self-imposed exile to China in 2001 to escape the state of a scene he could no longer accept. He began to produce his own music in 2006, first releasing in 2007 on Night Drive Music. Soon after, his overtly emotional sound spread to Styrax, Millions of Moments, Southern Outpost, and Meanwhile, before a natural and gradual shift to his trademark ambient onslaughts saw him call n5MD, Glacial Movements, AY, Darla, echospace [detroit], Kompakt, his own Quietus Recordings, and many more home. Now returned to his hometown, he has continued his prolific output, with a string of self-released CD and digital-only releases, a monolithic rework of Vortexual [element seven] for echopace [detroit], and his newest, most wistful and hypnotic work yet - his return to Glacial Movements, with Epilogues for the End of the Sky.
Brock has also released numerous ambient projects under his given name, deep house as Earth House Hold, and drum & bass as East Of Oceans.
released April 28, 2017
Label: Glacial Movements
Official Link: glacialmovements.com
Release date : 28th April 2017
Format: CD 6 panels Digipack ltd edition w/special finish + Digital
Cat. Num: GM029
Written and produced by bvdub / Brock Van Wey, 2016 + 2017
Infinite thanks to Alex for inspiring.
Endless gratitude to all who love.
Photography by Tero Marin, layout by Rutger Zuydervelt
A Glacial Movements Records Release, April 2017.
All rights reserved.
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I'll admit, I'm late to the game when it comes to bvdub. I have lots of friends who have told of his brilliance over the years. I equate it to a similar thing I went through with Rafael Anton Irisarri. My brain overwhelmed with the various copycats in their respective genre, sort of overlooked the whole thing. Finally, the stars have aligned, I now realize they are the masters of their field. The precision, patience, and subtle detail involved is in a league all its own. I'm sold Lost Tribe Sound