Alaskan Tapes: Of Woods And Seas

Under the moniker Alaskan Tapes, experimental/ambient composer Brady Kendall releases Who Tends A Garden, a new album which has earlier been previewed with a selection of its characteristically atmospheric tracks.

Who Tends A Garden takes inspiration from Louise Seymour Jones' 1935 book Who Loves A Garden, which is loaded with old poems and essays on the topic. Kendall happened to come across this book while traveling to the Adirondack Mountains in New York. The entire album focuses on a garden's figurative and practical meaning.

Of Woods and Seas, a piece with ethereal, neoclassical, and post rock qualities, serves as a delicate and delightful introduction to Who Tends A Garden, which from there develops into something enchanting and imaginative.



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