within a single moment
bounded by vast space.
When my ambient music sensei wajobu tweeted "just buy this" I immediately ordered The Places Where I Worship You by Caught in the Wake Forever (aka Fraser McGowan).
I was not disappointed.
"The six tracks here all consist of environmental recordings taken on [The Island of Arran, Scotland], along with manipulations of an old 78 rpm record bought in a charity shop at the ferry port upon leaving for home."
As with other ambient recordings that have left an impression on me, The Places Where I Worship You evokes a relaxed immediacy of time and place, speaks to mysteries hidden in plain sight, and opens a vast aural landscape with plenty of space to breath. Give it a listen:
I received no compensation of any kind for this review.