The green morning

by seht

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    Original CD released on Digitalis Recordings, in full-colour cardboard slipcase with artwork by me, and the NASA Mars Rover.

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Originally released on Digitalis CD. Placed #3 on Top 10 Albums of 2006 list, in Portugese music magazine Trinta de Fevereiro.

"the early moments of dawn, bathed in warm plumes of sonic sunlight" -- Digitalis

"seep into your consciousness like a sea mist that before long has completely engulfed you" -- Boa Melody Bar

"gorgeously lugubrious; dreamy" -- Aquarius Records

"Gas or Thomas Koner-style spacious, droning ambience; evocative" -- Boomkat.com

"soothing, drifting" -- Smallfish.co.uk

"subtle, graceful and quite beautiful... comes highly recommended to fans of Steve Reich, William Basinski, Popul Vuh and Labradford" -- Mats Gustafsson, The Broken Face

"absolutely one of the finest ambient works I’ve heard this year, not for the emotion it squeezes out of its listeners, but for the fascination it inspires" -- Mike Schiller, PopMatters.com

"dense, aural fog in which shapes dart in the mist, just beyond reach" -- Brainwashed.com

"a drifting sea of prickly crackle and shimmering tones" -- Textura.org

"immense... this is science fiction music of Clarke and Sagan vision; eclipsing Earth and a little scary for it" - AnimalPsi.com

"cinematic" -- Rumbles (October '06 edition), Terrascope.co.uk

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released January 1, 2006

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seht New Zealand

seht first appeared with the full-length CD-r "dronemusic" in 2001, on Celebrate/Psi/Phenomenon. Years passed, releases flowed -- including the critically acclaimed "The green morning" on Digitalis, and "dead bees ((the((quiet)earth))suite)" on PseudoArcana. In 2009, seht returned to Digitalis for the release of the full-length LP "HRRY". ... more

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