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  1. "As Seen Through Windows" is the second album of the Montreal based instrumental ensemble BELL ORCHESTRE. And it holds true to the local stage penchant for electroacoustic cinematic experimentation with melodic lines covered up by atonal slabs, electronics mixed with organic chamber-rock, post-jazz, and brass orchestrated neoclassic.
  2. Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light borrows enough Philip Glass repetition and John Cage minimalism to warrant its Orchestre title, but it's first and foremost a rock record. While it slows to a nearly forgettable pace about three quarters of the way in, standout tracks like "Lumieres, Pt. 1" and "Pt. 2," "Throw It on a Fire," and.
  3. Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light was finally released in In March , Bell Orchestre launched a tour of Europe and the US to promote the album. The band released a follow up to Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light, entitled As Seen Through Windows with Arts & Crafts Records on March 10, It was recorded in Soma Electric.
  4. Feb 21,  · Pick Hits. BELL ORCHESTRE Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light (Rough Trade) More Sufjan Stevens or Bang on a Can than Tortoise or Juan McLean, this chamber-pop quintet with Arcade Fire.
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  6. Bell Orchestre discography and songs: Music profile for Bell Orchestre, formed Genres: Post-Rock. Albums include Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light.
  7. "Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light" is an enchanting sonic journey full of magical instrumentation and stately psychedelic orchestration. It opens with "Recording A Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath The Canal)," an eerie, trembling collection of horns and strings, which melt away into the sound of traffic, then fade out completely.5/5(6).
  8. Mar 26,  · Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light is everything instrumental post-rock should be and nothing it shouldn't: it sounds live but hardly loud and is brimming with sound but uncrowded. Renouncing formulaic bombast, Bell Orchestre dazzles by finesse, not force.
  9. Recording A Tape The Colour Of The Light by Bell Orchestre album reviews & Metacritic score: This is the long-in-the-making debut album for the instrumental Montreal band that shares two members (Sarah Neufeld and Richard Reed Parry) with the Arcade Fir.

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