From Hreám Recordings‘ website:
Originally released as a double-header with St James Infirmary’s ‘Apport’, here now on it’s own and sporting a batch of new jelly-green shelled and cased cassettes….
DF/C30-RW features six re-imagined and re-worked tracks from the first three Damselfly albums. Focussing on some of his more delicate arrangements, Damselfly’s 2020 versions breathe new life into the original soundscapes, where neoclassical meets ambient drone to serve you up an alternative sonic taste of his beloved home county of Sussex.
I have to say that this release by D^mselfly is one of the most pleasant ambient discoveries I’ve come across in the past couple of weeks. There are long, drawn out notes, very spatial, minimalist drones and tones, and there are near-song elements throughout this disc. It is as if post-rock and minimalist classical met Robert Rich in a more lo-fi venue. A gorgeous release.