Glass mastered CD housed in a digipak. Nearly all songs are exclusive to this album. No digital version of this album is available. The above song is a full album sampler.
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01 Vieo Abiungo - Bolivia 3:37
02 Part Timer - Creak 3:50
03 Pollution Salute - Bright Shine 2:45
04 Joshua Allen And The Plague Of Frogs - Meditation 1:32
05 Benoit Pioulard - Aeolian Death Song 2:35
06 The Birdcage -Daydream 2:42
07 The Remote Viewer -The Things I Should Have Known 4:29
08 Brael - Week Of Wonders 4:45
09 Ben Swire - Propel 3:30
10 Cock And Swan - Unrecognized (Acoustic) 3:57
11 Children Of The Wave -Come Play Frolic 4:47
12 Gavouna - Tricle-Rem 3:21
13 William Ryan Fritch - Cold Fingers Buttoning Sleeves 4:11
14 Gavouna - Just Ondes 1:03
15 Richard Crandell - Click 5:22
16 Tokyo Bloodworm - Old Friend Shaped Of Light Featuring
17 Aaron Martin - Sea Wasp 2:28
18 Part Timer - Unfound 5:37
19 Helios - Aside 4:16
20 Benoit Pioulard - Hirondelle (Acoustic) 2:42
No digital version of this album was ever made available.
Lost Tribe Sound: One was our third release as a label, originally released in September of 2010. As we approach our ten year anniversary as a label, we figured it would be fun to dust off this collection. For some reason we have kept hidden from the online world for a while now and due to some ownership rights the collection is only available in this CD edition. Also, below is our original press copy that was written for this release, kind of interesting after the last 10 years to see where we have ended up and hear if this album has held up.
Hope you enjoy this collection.
ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE:
After nearly two years of hand selecting some of the most unique and inspiring musicians from around the world, Lost Tribe Sound has assembled an exclusive gathering of our favorites. Not only is this compilation an international showcase for artists who will have full-length releases on LTS in the future, but it is also a bold display of the musical range Lost Tribe
Sound is devoted to oering. From modern classical and lush down-tempo electronic to folk styled shoegaze balanced with rustic experimentations in world music, the collection is a testament to the organic originality of independent music from across the globe.
Lost Tribe Sound: One begins with selections from the first three artists on LTS to release a full album this year. The compilation opens with San Francisco based William Ryan Fritch and his new project Vieo Abiungo with it’s brooding, ominous cello on “Bolivia.” William released his intensely
beautiful debut Blood Memory with LTS earlier this year. If the album hasn’t made it to your listening ears as of yet, we cannot mention enough what a rare and truly entrenching experience Blood Memory provides.
Next up, Melbourne resident John McCaffrey, under his well known Part Timer guise, lays down the gorgeous, hazy lullaby “Creak.” Part Timer’s newest long player Real to Reel is releasing this fall on LTS. John has further perfected his intricately layered hybrid of folk and classical to draw us even further into his smoky hushed universe. Joined this time by vocalist Heidi Elva and returning
talents Aaron Martin and Nicola Hodgkinson, we can’t wait to share this one. Part Timer’s later appearance on this compilation with “Unfound” is lifted directly from the upcoming Real to Reel.
In addition, listeners are introduced to the warm, uplifting pop sensibility of Tucson’s Pollution Salute. Neon, the first full length from Michael Fay’s one man rock band Pollution Salute, won our hearts over when we first had a chance to hear it earlier this year. Fay’s Neon bounces between super catchy indie ballads to dusted down organic crawlers. Neon is scheduled for release by the end of summer this year.
By the fourth track of this compilation, a meditative acoustic song by Joshua Allen aptly titled “Meditation,” you will have developed a sense of what you have gotten yourself into. The rest of the compilation is no less stunning, with exclusive and unreleased tracks by well-established artists Remote Viewer, Richard Crandell, Aaron Martin, and Helios. Benoit Pioulard also brings two songs, including a rare acoustic version of “Hirondelle,” with such a raw and an honest delivery that fans of any genre of music will enjoy it. Washington power-duo Cock and Swan treats the ears to a subdued acoustic rendition of “Unrecognized,” lifted and modied from their latest album Unrecognize (Dandelion Gold). Ben Swire, The Birdcage, Children of the Wave, Tokyo Bloodworm, Gavouna, and Brael also enhance the mix with their own unique and indescribable brands of song writing.
Lost Tribe Sound focuses on music that whether through tone, lyrics or simple instrumentation provides a feeling that is close to heart and home. Offering up stripped down acoustic sessions or unheard of dream team collaborations, the hope is to cast new light on the artists, some known
and some not so known. LTS lays the groundwork for standout combinations of technique and artistry to work together to create something new and brilliant. As any good compilation goes, the progression of tracks is key to providing a full experience for the listener. Lost Tribe Sound: One is a masterful journey through the aural universe of this new and unique label. This rare collection of artists is a living, breathing story, finally available to be told and likewise thoroughly enjoyed.
released September 17, 2010
CD face artwork by Kay Keane
Cover textures by Bloke With Cameras
Inside Textures by Caleb Kimbourgh
Mastered by Miles Whittaker (Demdike Stare)
Producer, Arranged By, Artwork and layout by Ryan Keane
Lost Tribe Sound is a record label that specializes in organic and exploratory music that transcends genre, technique, or
trend. Combining elements of lo-fi, folk, classical, rhythm, and found sound with a strong commitment to beautiful yet rustic packaging, our hope is to create timeless music that pushes the envelope of modern sound while paying homage to the ancient....more
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WRF creates sounds like not many out there, and each release holds it's own fingerprint, but this one is particularly special in it's more still and minimal nature. Some of this reminds me of Johann Johannsson's finest soundtracks (in particular Movement II) but all of it is pure beauty, and light with interspersed shadows to keep it interesting and multilayered just as the clouds drift overhead and block out the sun for a moment, the rays will beam down again as soon as the shadow passes. Joe Borreson