Listening this soundtrack album
is like having a silent trip through the clouds. - Your astral body
flying, - You can see, below, early daylight rays reflecting and
sparkling through the fog of a post rainy night, the brighten green
grass of a hill, that humid sense and colour of the living Nature, -
the first shy steps of a great new day sunshining. Maybe You already
know and crossed into early shoegazing movements of The Moon & The Melodies (1986), - special ambient album featuring Cocteau Twins
threesome and creative Harold Budd. - This time it's a two-some, that
sees Guthrie and Budd to draw on-air multilayered guitar-scapes
prospectives and low-mood percussions, for Gregg Araki's discussed film Mysterious Skin.
- Atmoshperes are touching, holy and innocent, amniotic, - full of
standing cascading sounds, - building a blissful palace 45'' minutes
tall.. - Note: the movie picture featured also early Slowdive's song Golden Hair (originally by Syd Barrett - download here), - not a novelty, considering Araki's love for this dreampop Icon, often sound scoring his novels. Btw, it's not found on the CD, that be might considered as Guthrie & Budd's a one-chapter only side project.. right?