Priest Lake Circa '88

by Slow Dancing Society

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Following on from the ice-sculpted cinematics of the critically praised The Slow and Steady Winter, Priest Lake Circa ’88 is Drew Sullivan’s finest work to date. In essence, it is the second part of a double album that began with The Slow and Steady Winter, acting as a long-distance conclusion to the double album’s narrative arc.

Priest Lake Circa ’88 exudes restraint and repose, yet is so richly melodic and full. While the album draws its raw form from ambient music, post rock and even dream pop, it is masterfully crafted into something that could only ever find itself under the Slow Dancing Society moniker. The album speaks of both departure and eventual return, and perhaps in its broadest sense the notion of “home”. Above all, this is music to bathe in: warm, steamy and all-encompassing.

A Hidden Shoal Recordings Release - music.hiddenshoal.com

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released July 22, 2008

Publisher: Hidden Shoal (www.hiddenshoal.com)
Contact Cam at Hidden Shoal for all licensing enquiries - cam [at] hiddenshoal.com

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Slow Dancing Society Spokane

As with Brian Eno’s finest moments and David Sylvian’s ambient explorations, Slow Dancing Society music manages to dissolve its temporal markers and speak about moments removed from time. It talks to the delicious flaws of memory and feeling whilst never sullying itself with literality or simple documentation.

Contact Cam at Hidden Shoal for all licensing enquiries - cam [at] hiddenshoal.com
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