Through The Winter Woods

by Tegh and Kamyar Tavakoli

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thomas mathie
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thomas mathie I'm not one for noise but in the context of this EP, in the manner it is presented, it just works - Tegh & Kamyar Tavakoli use noise almost as another instrument, instead of having frantic, shoegazy guitars... they use noise and use it very well. "Through the Winter Woods" is an excellent EP that left me wanting more from the partnership. Favorite track: Disappeared Stratum.
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Michael LoCicero The start to my musical collection began circa 1964 thanks to my grandmother (Beatles,Stones,Kinks,Herman's Hermits,Animals,Dave Clark Five) I started buying in 1966 with my first job(bus boy dishwasher) as in the beginning I now am buying stuff that I have no Idea what it is. I Love All You Owners Of The Small Batch Release Labels. THANK YOU ALL from the bottom of my heart for picking the artists for me...mike...THROUGH THE WINTER WOODS IS a 10*+ release
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‘Through the Winter Woods’ from Tegh and Kamyar Tavakoli. Both based in Tehran, this collaborative project sees the duo using processed guitars, synths and field recordings to create densely textured pieces inspired by their urban surroundings.

Both solo artists in their own right, the duo also work together under the name Artirial but were looking to branch out and try something a bit different for this EP. Having gathered various field recordings they began experimenting with new approaches to shaping sounds and textures, resulting in a diverse collection of pieces. The final product was mastered by Lawrence English at Room 40 headquarters.


released March 13, 2015

Mastered by Lawrence English, artwork by Katie English



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