"A Pennsylvanian by birth, Keith Kenniff is best known as the brains behind dulcet ambient/electronic practitioners Helios and the fingers on the ivories of post-classical piano minimalists Goldmund. Keith's music has been used on the soundtrack to Harmony Korine's 2007 comedy-drama Mister Lonely and the trailer for the 2009 Academy Award-nominated Revolutionary Road, directed by Sam Mendes. 'Branches' sounds like a journey that ebbs and flows through a wondrous forest, accelerating and slowing up to reveal beauty in all its little nooks and crannies. The album is a haunting and beautiful work that will appeal to fans of Max Richter, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Nils Frahm and Hauschka." (label info) 180 gram vinyl in heavyweight cardboard covers, downloadcode included. also available on CD
soon in stock - please pre-order | UK| 2013| VILLAGE GREEN | 16.90

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