Equine EP

by Jaguar Min

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The Questionable Question The music itself is really cool. Sweet short ambient tracks with nice harmonies and atmospheres. A bit short maybe ... tracks as well as overall length.

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Jaguar Min is an eclectic sound artist fusing improvisation, ambient guitar, drone, sound design, musique concrete, field recording and experimental electronic music.

The Equine EP released by Must Die Records explores ambient guitarscapes and drone

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the ambient music of Jaguar Min, also known as Harrison Banfield, who improvises on his his guitar to create dreamy, droney ambient music. The strangest thing, perhaps, is the fact that this is very short release, fifteen minutes, and still having five pieces. So you know none of this is very long, which is perhaps a weird thing in the world of ambient music. To some fifteen minutes is more like an intro. The ambient of Jaguar Min is perhaps more cut down to pop length but without making it very popambient - in the Kompakt sense of the word. Jaguar Min's music is a bit harsher, sharper then what you would expect and perhaps also a bit more home brew and lo-fi. Which is actually quite nice, I was thinking. By removing some of the smoothness of the more 'traditional' ambient, Jaguar Min has a nice sound of his own. The one thing I was thinking about is this. These fifteen minutes sounds very nice indeed, but I am not entirely sure if a whole album, say forty or so minutes would bring similar joy. I can imagine that some of these pieces would indeed need a bit of reworking, and some extension and move them out of the short time span and let them breathe more.


released June 27, 2014


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Must Die Records is a small DIY label founded in Blackpool, UK in 2010. Must Die specialise in sound and audio experiments, avant-garde, fringe, drone, noise and outsider music. The motivation behind Must Die is the love of music and the joy of hearing and exploring music and new styles. ... more

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