A Shifting Dynamic Of Colour

by Richard Ginns

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    CD includes a bonus track, a 20 minute improvisation recorded to tape by Richard Ginns with additional content from Alexander Wendt.

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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of A Beautiful Memory Shaped In The Stars, Until The Morning Comes, Fall, Rise, In Float, Somewhere Between Here And A Warm Place, craftmorning, A Shifting Dynamic Of Colour, and Sea Change. , and , .

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Boomkat Review:

'A Shifting Dynamic of Colour' is not the first album that has attempted to marry audio and visual sensibilities, but it's certainly one of the nicest we've heard in recent months. Newcomer Richard Ginns sets out to create music which reflects on the work of minimalists Mark Rothko and Hiroshi Sugimoto, and in many ways succeeds. Ginns (along with collaborator and label boss Alexander Wendt) takes his time over each composition, and allows each note, each distinct sound, the time it needs to breathe. This almost zen-like quality is what sets 'A Shifting Dynamic of Colour' apart from many contemporary productions, and while many of his peers tend to focus on an almost cloying emphasis on pretty textures, Ginns proceeds with an admirably unsentimental resolve. This music is deep, and vaguely melancholy but the teary dramatics are thankfully kept at bay. Impeccably produced and bound to attract the attention of fans of Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto's genre-bending collaborations, 'A Shifting Dynamic of Colour' comes highly recommended.


released December 1, 2010

Thank you to Alexander Wendt, Monty Adkins and Matt Roesner. Special thanks to my family, friends and everyone who's supported me during my work.



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Richard Ginns Manchester, UK

Richard is a sound artist and musician based in Manchester, England. With a keen eye on visual arts and photography, his work often combines a visual theme in some way or form.
He has released music on various labels including Analogpath, 12x50, Slowflow Recordings, Clothbound and Audio Gourmet.
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