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5Turns25

Ambient/Improv duo 5turns25 officially announces their release of four debut albums. After forming on the 25th anniversary of the Landsat 5 satellite launch [3.1.2009], John Kasiewicz and Dan Tressler spent several cold winter's nights in a Connecticut barn surrounded with instruments, looping pedals and a straight-to-stereo-mix recording device. Their collaboration resulted in four albums: Cloud Unfolded, Origin Of Claws, Elephant Platform, and Hamsters On Treadmills [all four released on Scattered Disc/April 2009]. In addition to these recordings, 5turns25 also performs live as part of a monthly residency every fourth Wednesday at the Georgetown Saloon in Georgetown, Connecticut [USA].


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”Great atmosphere and some nice and long loops. I really liked the subtleties and the noises behind and the everlasting feeling... Great stuff! A lot of blow-instrument-sounds. I like that!... I like the feeling of ebb & flow in your music a lot!... Dreamy, that's what I think ;)... Nice music with a lot of deep feelings... Nice songs and universe in it!... Sounds nice, guys! Some colours remind me on Philip Glass... I like what I hear. Sounds like space we need!... Very very interesting sounds!!!... Sounds very relaxing to me, which is very nice for a change in the sometimes very overloaded my space world!..

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