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    ‘A Clearing’ is the new single by US ambient artist Drew Sullivan (aka Slow Dancing Society), taken from his forthcoming sixth album The Cogent Sea. ‘A Clearing’ sets the scene beautifully for The Cogent Sea’s masterfully handled journey into new territory for Drew Sullivan. Gently overlapping waves of synthesizer are suspended amid sustained tones, holding the listener transfixed before Sullivan’s trademark guitar sound gently brings the listener back down to earth, transformed.

    Slow Dancing Society’s sixth album The Cogent Sea is another absorbing progression in Drew Sullivan’s discography, introducing elements such as saxophone and old-school drum machine rhythms into the mix. The album explores some of Sullivan’s more overt ’80s influences while also drawing upon elements from across Slow Dancing Society’s stunning, critically acclaimed back catalogue.

    This music is available for licensing. Email Hidden Shoal Publishing for more details: licensing [@]

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    In the new video for Kramies’ gorgeous track ‘Clocks Were All Broken’ which features the instrumental and production talents of Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) the song’s theme of time standing still is rendered visually by experimental film-maker (and label manager) Cam Merton as a never-ending summer’s day at the beach. As the track’s aching synth melodies and voices echo and fracture, the blurred beachgoers begin to fade and multiply, receding into nothingness.

    'Clocks Were All Broken' is taken from Kramies' latest EP The Wooden Heart, which features collaboration and production from Jason Lytle and Todd Tobias (Circus Devils, Guided By Voices). The EP is available now through Hidden Shoal -

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