Kalyana Mittata

by Duff Egan

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Liquid Faith
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Liquid Faith This DE album turned out to be rather surprising. It in many retrospects has the DE sound we all love. But the drones are constantly changing from short to long to short weaving it's way through a rather emotional yet distant feel. To me it's Duff experimenting in his own way seeking direction. But alas it still becomes as always an enjoyable listen. As stated in James's review it is a trip. Pretty flower...tastes good...whoa..wait a minute..is the music supposed to do that? Ok just checking:)!
James Mitcham
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James Mitcham It would seem as though Kalyana Mittata wasn't written by Duff Egan at all, rather it's a snapshot of a world that already exists on the fringes of the intersection of mind and nature. Kalyana meanders through purely organic soundscapes, each different, but representative paintings of a small fraction of this fully fleshed-out universe. Duff's works are a trip and Kalyana Mittata is one of many tickets.
Brian Bourassa
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Brian Bourassa A multi-segmented, mind numbing experience.


"Though we all have to enter upon discipleship alone, we do not remain alone."

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

"To love is to discover and complete one's self in someone other than oneself, an act of impossible general realization on earth so long as each man can see in his neighbor no more than a closed fragment following its own course through the world. It is precisely this state of isolation that will end if we begin to discover in each other not merely the elements of one and the same thing, but of a single Spirit in search of itself."

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


released December 3, 2016

produced by Duff Egan
photo by Duff Egan
graphic design by Brian Bourassa
Black Dingo Records 014



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