Rafael Anton Irisarri   A Fragile Geography
Release Date: 10/2015

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3.5 greatzaruyache | January 7th 16

Droning ambient. Stars of the Lid. Strings.


4.0 excellentRoundOnEndHiInMiddle | October 26th 15

You know those rainy days where it almost feels uncomfortable not to be lying in bed doing nothing but relaxing, not caring, and possibly getting a little stoned? That's basically what A Fragile Geography sounds like. Rafael Anton Irisarri is a master at making this type of atmosphere, and on this new record of his, he does it just as well as he's ever done. Musically, it's an ambient record, but it blankets you in drones that, when coming from a good pair of headphones, almost massage your brain. Things can get pretty loud, like on "Reprisal", but more often than not, it's just beautifully subdued ambient drone. Some tracks may use conventional instruments, but they are used pretty minimally, like the strings on "Secretly Wishing For Rain". Although it's not necessarily all that new of a concept, especially for Irisarri, the record is still another great addition to his discography, and thus, shouldn't be overlooked.


4.5 superbRegulatorWatts | February 2nd 18
3.5 greatfedericogambato | January 13th 18
4.5 superbEames | June 1st 17
3.0 goodJacquibim STAFF | April 30th 17
3.5 greatEphemeralEternity | April 12th 17
4.5 superbDarinRG | November 2nd 16
4.0 excellentfallenbird | October 5th 16
4.0 excellentelemunt | September 30th 16
3.5 greatwolflambert | June 19th 16
4.0 excellentCaptWaffles | February 24th 16
3.0 goodMatski | December 15th 15
1.5 very poorLethean | December 14th 15
3.0 goodRashandarei | December 13th 15
4.5 superbdjunior | December 11th 15
3.0 goodYakNips | November 24th 15
4.0 excellentJamieTwort | October 30th 15
2.5 averageTristan Jones STAFF | October 28th 15
3.5 greathal1ax | October 26th 15

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