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It's an apposite title for the record; Cathode's music has always been unashamedly about creating something beautiful, which acts to sweeten something that's much more melancholy underneath.The debut release from pq on expanding records is the 7” single 'louise on earth'.We are really proud here at expanding to release this extraordinary record of the early work of an important new name in the world of film music."Experience tells me that sooner or later those who seek will find and in the passages between searching and finding there are important moments, moments such as the ones we hear on this beautiful album." - Ennio Morricone 'You'll Never Find Us Here' is the debut album from pq, who are Samir Bekaert and Maarten Vanderwalle from Bruges Belgium.One thing's for sure, if you fancy something a bit different then the Expanding label has come up trumps yet again.
Still, there's just about enough diversity here, the eerie Unknown In The Walls is a true ghost story of an effort, its spindly guitars wriggling like evil worms over a threatening, slow building cascade of sound - if they remake The Shining this should be first in the soundtrack queue.
The purpose of this record is to demonstrate the development of the the synthesiser from the first commercially available systems in the late 1960s to the introduction of fully digital systems in the late 1980s.
This is not intended to be a comprehensive history of synthesisers.
The brightly reverberant refrain of 'Neuf' provides an excellent summation of Papon's skills, marrying a fluttering, granular rhythmic motif with a haunting synth loop reminiscent of Arovane's 'Thaem Nue'. Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks opens with impending doom, as cinematic strings and spidery guitars emerge from a tunnel of noise, fading into estranged solo acoustic guitar refrains.
The following Noshi is just beautiful, as Hill plays out a delicate guitar track, with the microscopic creaking of chairs and strings deliberately heightened in the mix - it has a wonderfully natural, melancholy feel and the chords are gorgeously arranged.
This represents the first in a new series of singles released on Expanding, it indicates a slight departure from previous releases as it contains a vocal track and was made with (almost all) acoustic instruments.