There is an indelible feeling of euphoria emanating from the new instrumental track by Brisbane band Make a montage. The track surges and recedes and flows with a sparkle and vivacity: scaling guitars that sweep over the wash of percussion and strings: distance feedback squalls like seabirds in flight and there is a magnificent, pulse quickening barrage of instruments.
The accompanying video is a series of electronic oscillations that ebb and flow with the music:
This is stirring stuff. Make a montage is the project of Brisbane producer, Andrew Foley, who has also been involved in An Heirloom, Grids/Units/Planes, YEARNS and ‘That field of red flowers is actually a grass fire’. The track is part of EP ‘Horizon Blur’ being released by the inestimable False Peak Records. You can download/stream here.