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Little Dead Things


1. Across Streams, Rivers And Roads
2. Parallel Lines Sometimes Meet
3. Little Dead Things
4. Kenogami
5. Nine Minutes Of Science
6. Antena
7. A Sudden Portrait
8. Gossips In Venice
9. A Late Afternoon In Time

Muséum is characterized by coniferous forests consisting mostly of whispering pines, spruces and larches.

Although the this mythical journey is relatively short, moods and temporal environments are of immense atmospheric importance. They are the dominant sounds over huge areas of land, most notably the boreal forests of the northern hemisphere, but also in similar cool climates in mountains further south.

This release, has many wintertime adaptations. From the narrow conical shape of the carved-out mids, to the downward-drooping valleys of silence, these adaptations help them shed their ego. Many of these sounds eventually alter their granularity to make them more resistant to freezing, or "hardening". While lush movements have more acoustic diversity and depth, the immense moments of ambient noise represent the largest terrestrial movements of organic compounds to date.

Yes, the travel season, when the atmospheres in the journey comes alive… are usually longer than the climatic definition of peak-time - as the plants of the boreal biome can attest to. The viscosity is often absorbed slowly, in a long incubation cycle - from 80 to 150 hours. Some sources even claim upwards of 200 hours for full-cyclical absorption. 

Proceed with restraint.


All tracks written & produced by Guillaume Coutu-Dumont, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont and Frédéric Aubourg
Saxophone by Sébastien Arcand Tourigny

Clarinet on Antena by Sinan

Guitars by Gabriel Coutu Dumont

Recorded and mixed @ SonnenStudio, Berlin, 2013.  Photography source for album design by Fraid.

Mastered by Jay Hodgson (RC).



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