Eternal Tapestry - Dawn In 2 Dimensions
Coming off the recent triumph of its collaboration with Sun
Araw, Eternal Tapestry return with four tracks that add to their sonic
exploration of what can only be described as Deep Psych. There is nothing necessarily new on "Dawn in
2 Dimensions," but the band moves ever further into the depths of their
mind-blowing, massive and haunting sound.
"Wholeodome" and "Bread of Dreams" are two sides of the same
coin, with the former being a raw psychedelic epic, the latter a slow soulful trip. Next is the classic "Marrow
of the Wand," one of their most gorgeous songs with a deliberate, winding
groove that is stunning. "I.S.F.S. > Dawn in 2 Dimensions > Quantum Leap"
is the 20 minute closer that is both softer and louder than its similar paces
throughout the record. It doesn't pack the power of the other tracks because it
seems to make note and try to push all of the band's power buttons in one
track. The parceled out majesty of the other tracks made this seem less than it
probably will if you don't hear it in context.
Eternal Tapestry is one of our hidden treasures, and "Dawn
in 2 Dimensions" adds to the growing catalog of their relatively obscure but
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