Rauelsson: Vora

Rauelsson SKU: 36362479
Rauelsson: Vora

Rauelsson: Vora

Rauelsson SKU: 36362479

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $29.98

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Title: Vora
Artist: Rauelsson
Label: Sonic Pieces
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 880918231136
Genre: Rock

Originally released in 2013; 2018 repress. Rauelsson (Raúl Pastor Medall) is probably best known for intimate guitar and vocal based songs with releases on Hush and even an appearance on the early sonic pieces album Portland Stories compiled by Heather Woods Broderick (2009). With this in mind, Vora comes as a surprise in a grandeur way with it's mixture of everything from piano solos, orchestrated classical music, synth buildups, and even a shoegaze-inspired organ piece sounding like Windy & Carl performing in an empty hallway. Like a coastal dream impossible to differentiate summer for winter, Vora feels like cold winds slowly warming up. Made in the time Raúl moved from Portland, Oregon back to his native Spain, settling on the east coast, you can hear the influence of the endlessly forcing waves and empty off-season tourist cities left for the remaining few to discover in peace. Vora is a sure win for fans of Deaf Center's 2005 album Pale Ravine (MIA 035LP), Nils Frahm's more melancholic moments, or film musicians such as Philip Glass and Clint Mansell. Silver vinyl. Comes in full tone cover artwork; Includes printed inner sleeve. Includes download code.


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