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Eric Dahlman's 'Glacier' album is diverse, eclectic effort
(Published: October 06, 2017)

Glacier is a challenging and refreshing studio work by artist and composer Eric Dahlman. Hailing from Boston, home to one of the most adventurous music scenes in the U.S., Dahlman set out to create a remarkably diverse record, where different genres collide beautifully.

From free jazz to vintage spaghetti Western soundtracks, up to folk and
ethnic music,Glacier is a true rollercoaster that heavily relies on unexpected combinations and thought-provoking song arrangements.

The whole record could be characterized as a collage of different sounds and idea, but the definition wouldn't do the concept justice. The record is far from reading like a patchy collage of music, but rather, like a kaleidoscopic flow where every element is well-connected. The album's mix facilitated the organic
coexistence of such a different array of sounds, making for a set of beautiful sonic aesthetics.

Glacier features 18 tracks of varying length - most of them under two minutes, but some of them evolving throughout the span of several minutes, the longest one being closing number "LSL," clocking in at over 9 minutes!

More Information: https://ericdahlman1.bandcamp.com

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