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Soft Earth

by Conor C. Ellis

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Frank J. Witte
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Frank J. Witte It's fascinating to hear what you can create from ambient sounds, how you can make music with it.
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precenphix Ellis’s abstractions of sound resonate deep within the solar plexus and scratch at sensitive auditory ear hairs. Some expansive emotional purgings, brushing a cold wind across your naked frame; others, claustrophobic fever dreams. This album is well rounded, well crafted, somewhere between ambient and musique concrète. I’ll definitely be looking forward to future outings from Conor C. Ellis. Favorite track: The Heron.
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Paul PMZ I very much enjoy this album. I very much enjoy the textures on this album. I would describe this album as glacial noise/ambient. This album is like going into several different ice caves buried in snow. Some of them you are traversing alone but in some of them there are huge, strange, shifting and breathing lifeforms above you, under the floor and behind the frosty walls. Yet somehow you always feel calm... A strange but fascinating sensation 9/10.
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Mirage 03:00
The Heron 05:36
Old God 02:44
Sun Pull 03:30
Hunter 04:59
Animal 03:12


The first album by Conor C. Ellis


"Meticulously constructed and deeply haunting, immersive ambient; a lovely debut" - Bandcamp

"The D.C.-based sound artist's sole release on Bandcamp is sharp, prickly, and gleams with a surprising beauty. It's like watching stalactites slowly take form in a server farm." - Colin Joyce, VICE

"Beautiful and haunting and light and heavy, Ellis has a remarkable way of balancing competing textures and emotions. A captivating album from start to finish." - Sound as Language

"Best New Album of 2019!" - post ambient lux

A Voice for the Background - Full Review


released April 7, 2019

music by Conor C. Ellis
artwork by Δαυιδ Άτλας (thank you)


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Conor C. Ellis Brooklyn, New York

very pretty electroacoustic music


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