With the release of their debut album Maps, instrumental post-rock outfit Tunturia have been very busy. Headlining the first Son/Lumiere Music & Arts showcase in Toronto and using the event as the auspicious occasion needed to launch the record, they soon embarked on a twelve date tour of Eastern Canada bringing their unique blend of atmospheric noise and deftly crafted melodies to a whole new audience. Striving to deliver more of an experience than a show, Tunturia has achieved what one listener described as a “musical stream of consciousness” during their live performances.
Tunturia’s sound is distinct. The introspective melodies, lush compositions and nostalgic sounds of Maps has resonated with fans and critics alike, earning them favorable reviews from online webzines, forums and music blogs and culminating in the inclusion of one of their songs on The Silent Ballet’s Compilation IV. This sudden influx of attention, some of it coming from as far as Japan, has caught the eye of various distributors thus enabling them to obtain a small deal to help promulgate the album on an international level. Not ones to rest on the accolades or achievements of the past, Tunturia are more anxious then ever to return to the studio and begin work on their follow-up record, the elaborately conceived and atmospherically complex Invisible City.
Ihor Dawidiuk - Guitar
Alex Kotyk - Bass
Michael Lynch - Percussion
Editado por lightburnsclear em Jun 18 2009, 11h51
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