Kites And Darts
The Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate frontman and producer, Malcolm Galloway, strikes back with his sixth solo studio album. Comprised of new and previously unreleased material, Patterns extends the artist's minimalist-classical direction into ever more impressive cartography. This phenomenal talent began his music career once he'd already become a doctor. A trained neuroscientist and biologist, Malcolm Galloway takes the intuitive nature of living systems to his musical compositions. The album's title, Patterns, directs to the correlation and tessellation of units within biological frameworks. Synchronising this concept yet further, the video track Kites and Darts is named after a type of Penrose Tiling, which is an aperiodic or non-uniform pattern that covers an entire surface.
A moving landscape enters with scattered notes hanging in loose harmony. Vivid and angular tones sway in folk-like chords and atmospheres. A magical formation of composed elegance grows like crystal as exciting twinges of key change lift the abstraction higher. Piano dances with its own shadow as the undercarriage of flow is released into ethereal quietude. Symbolic tones rise like submerged bells as the string section drifts on ambient clarity grasped within the ghostly and opaque storyline of piano. Hypnotic episodes of repetitive progression lean towards the glowing innards of expression as the motion picture glides from scene to scene with gradual enchantment.
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