(Limited Edition of 300) Letters To The Farthest Star is a deeply personal dispatch: a far-reaching sojourn into the diverse ambient/electronic influences that helped shape the last three decades of Fang's unique music. It is a moving and powerful testament to the exotic musical influences of his past and present. TEXTURA album of the month, April 2015. "Fang's 'Fourth World' music stands out from the ambient-electronic crowd in the way it extends the electronic side of his music into other spheres. Hints of classical minimalism can be detected as well as echoes of progressive, but it's the presence of traditional non-Western sounds such as elements of Javanese gamelan and Chinese folk music woven into his pieces that standout."
(Limited Edition of 300) Letters To The Farthest Star is a deeply personal dispatch: a far-reaching sojourn into the diverse ambient/electronic influences that helped shape the last three decades of Fang's unique music. It is a moving and powerful testament to the exotic musical influences of his past and present. TEXTURA album of the month, April 2015. "Fang's 'Fourth World' music stands out from the ambient-electronic crowd in the way it extends the electronic side of his music into other spheres. Hints of classical minimalism can be detected as well as echoes of progressive, but it's the presence of traditional non-Western sounds such as elements of Javanese gamelan and Chinese folk music woven into his pieces that standout."
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Letters To The Farthest Star [Limited Edition]
Artist: Forrest Fang
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(Limited Edition of 300) Letters To The Farthest Star is a deeply personal dispatch: a far-reaching sojourn into the diverse ambient/electronic influences that helped shape the last three decades of Fang's unique music. It is a moving and powerful testament to the exotic musical influences of his past and present. TEXTURA album of the month, April 2015. "Fang's 'Fourth World' music stands out from the ambient-electronic crowd in the way it extends the electronic side of his music into other spheres. Hints of classical minimalism can be detected as well as echoes of progressive, but it's the presence of traditional non-Western sounds such as elements of Javanese gamelan and Chinese folk music woven into his pieces that standout."