Christopher McFall

November 30, 2010

Christopher McFall - A Long Time Running for The Suicide Strays

This is the second time in two weeks where I have seen a netlabel release come out and have tweeted a recommendation to download it without listening to it. It is the second time in two weeks were I have been absolutely correct. The first was Alessio Ballerini’s Blanc (Zymogen) [reviewed 26 Nov] and the second is Christropher McFall‘s A Long Time Running for The Suicide Strays (Resting Bell). Though recommending a McFall release on Resting Bell is not much of a stretch as both the artist and the netlabel have a great pedigree.

A Long Time Running . . . is quite impressive in its combination of field recordings and drones. McFall uses the darkest of sounds without the harshness of noise to capture the listener in an envelope of shadowy bliss that is his latest release. Enjoy.

Artist: Christopher McFall
Title: A Long Time Running for The Suicide Strays
Netlabel: Resting Bell
Release Date: 27 November 2010
Download mp3: zip

Tracks: 01. Crooked Site Winding (mp3), 02. Exquisite Sender (mp3), 03. Third Guest (mp3), and 04. Tightrope’s Ailing (mp3).

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2 Responses to “Christopher McFall”

  1. c. reider Says:

    And thanks to your recommendation-without-even-having-heard-it-yet (that’s RWEHHIY for the internet savvy) this album made it to my best netlabel releases of 2010.
    http://www.vuzhmusic.com/blog/?p=626
    Thanks for recommending lots of good music. Happy new year to you.

  2. Engrudo Says:

    this is an outstanding album by a sadly overlooked artist.

    Happy to see more people enjoy it!


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