A 9 track ambient dub album (1h 15m 29s)
just listened the whole way through – ended on a high note – Lieven’s remix is beautiful and my favourite listen. – Andy Wilson Andras / House of Dad
The exotic joys in Robert ÆOLUS Myers’ back catalog are the quite the rediscovery. – Andy Cowan MOJO Magazine
Equal parts haunting and ethereal, Robert’s use of melodic flute and twinkling keys juxtapose with eerie washes of synth, that enlighten and immerse the listener. – Stamp the Wax Stamp the Wax
Though Myers was classically trained as a bassoonist, he became one of the island’s first musicians to use electronics, fusing its sounds with traditional Hawaiian instrumentals. – Gabriela Helfet Vinyl Factory
Can’t express how excited we for this! – Roger Bong Aloha Got Soul
The label has revealed a remarkable new project in the form of reissued material from new age producer Robert ÆOLUS Myers, a musician who released music during the 1980s and early 90s. – Alasdair King Ransome Note
These reviews in addition to sales, streaming, and download information are available at the Kudos Records site.
Andy Cowan [@vinylslam] illustrates his musical wisdom and generates a flattering and informed review of Talisman for the June issue of MOJO Magazine.
Talisman, the double vinyl LP, is available directly from Origin Peoples, assorted distributors, and retail record stores and digitally wherever you purchase or stream your music.
Mahalo Nui Loa to Andy and MOJO Magazine for the Love.
I keep a chest of the myths of myself unlocked at the foot of the bed. I toss memories of things from the night into it upon my waking, as they are shadowed and long to be taken up at another dreaming.
Questions about a playground over thirty and forty years past have recently come up and I am doing my best to wipe the sleep from my eyes.
I recall volcanoes, forests, dancers, players, theatres, rehearsals, and more over many an acquaintance and a host of loves and lovers. We were all so stirred and most fulfilled when we were offering our gifts and talismans to the guest.
It was fringe, playful, in-side-out, up-side-down, and breathtakingly ineffable.
I dwelt there for a time and in my sleeping visit there to the point of distraction, trying to make sense of it as an undigested dream.