The Silent Cartographer

by Andrew Heath

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chris coote
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chris coote absolutely a stunning release.
Richard Gürtler
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Richard Gürtler "The Silent Cartographer" album is filled with euphoniously rewarding delicateness, masterfully polished with filigreeing attention to every single detail. It's a very strong debut work, I won't even hesitate to use the word triumphant, because this, nearly 55 minutes long recording showcases exceptionally creative potential and distinguishably sensitive artistry of its sole protagonist. Once more, bravo, Andrew!!!
Scubadevils
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Scubadevils Beautiful album, very pleased that this was recently recommended to me and I can understand the hype from reviews I've found online, a stunning ambient album that hooks you in from start to finish... highly recommended.
Mikkel Mikkel
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Mikkel Mikkel Absolutely stunning album!
TR Wolfe
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TR Wolfe Absolutely beautiful soundscapes here. Ishq fans need to check this out pronto. Favorite track: This Twilight World.
Michael Yoder
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Michael Yoder All the extra Ambient bleeps and sounds all seem to be perfectly placed for me. :D
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    Comes in a beautiful, six page digifile case, with cover artwork by artist, Zoë Heath.

    Please note the CD only features tracks 1-6. Tracks 7-8 are digital only.

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The latest in a series of sublime recordings, The Silent Cartographer is Andrew Heath’s Disco Gecko debut.

The album features quiet, intimate music that explores sounds from both acoustic (piano) and electronic (synthesizers) sources, along with field recordings and found sounds.

This is immersive, ambient music. However, it is not music that stays in one place: it drifts and constantly shifts as it charts new topographies, creating and following maps that are full of change.

If you listen carefully you’ll often hear quiet, random glitches or shimmering dissonances which fall by happy accident in exactly the right place.

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released July 26, 2014

Cover artwork by Zoë Heath
All photography by Andrew Heath

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Andrew Heath Stroud, UK

Quiet, lower case music from the heart

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