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Light Time
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Lewis & Clarke blew up their pastoral folk sound into long, torn-open and moody soundscapes on 2007's Blasts of Holy Birth, and they have taken that brooding tangled beauty down even darker roads. Light Time shows once again that Lewis & Clarke's quiet sound is an affecting on. -Prefix. Lewis & Clarke doesn’t play songs as much as unfurl them, slowly letting ribbons of sound billow and cascade.

from Light Time (12" EP) 2009 by Lewis & Clarke. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 12" Vinyl EP on heavy gram white and pink marbled vinyl. Includes unlimited streaming of Light Time (12" EP) 2009 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Full Digital Discography.

Light Time - EP, 2014. Light Time - EP, 2014. Petrified Forest, 06:50.

Lewis & Clarke is the nom-de-plume of singer, songwriter, and t Lou Rogai. The name references the fellowship and correspondence between C. S. Lewis and Arthur C. Clarke (not the 19th century explorers). He has released three studio albums, Bare Bones and Branches, Blasts of Holy Birth, and Triumvirate, as well as several singles and EPs. The moniker is also a metaphor for journey on many levels and the music has been described as art-pop or avant-folk

In 2007, Lewis & Clarke delivered to the world a record entitled Blasts of Holy Birth (prompting the usual tastemakers to prick up their ears, with Pitchfork praising it as "Eight Tracks of delicate beauty). Those I know who've had the privilege of hearing this record have grafted it onto their minds like little else in recent memory, taking it into their bodies like a kind of nourishment. It's a record of creation, of birth.

Album · 2014 · 4 Songs. Light Time - EP Lewis & Clarke. Listen on Apple Music.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Petrified Forest
Songwriter, Composed By, Arranged By – Lou Rogai
A2 Light Time
Songwriter, Composed By, Arranged By – Lou Rogai
B1 Dead And Gone
Songwriter, Composed By, Arranged By – Lou Rogai
B2 Chelsea Hotel #2

Credits

  • Atmospherics, Engineer – Tom Asselin (tracks: 1-4)
  • Double Bass – Ian O'hara (tracks: 1-4)
  • Drums – Jamie Novak (tracks: 3), Shane O'hara (tracks: 1, 2, 4)
  • Guitar, Vocals, Rhodes, Arranged By, Lead Vocals – Lou Rogai (tracks: 1-4)
  • Hammond, Piano, Recording And Mastering Engineer – Dan McKinney (tracks: 2, 4)
  • Violin – Mollibeth Cox (tracks: 1)

Notes

In 2007, Lewis & Clarke delivered to the world a record entitled Blasts of Holy Birth (prompting the usual tastemakers to prick up their ears, with Pitchfork praising it as "Eight Tracks of delicate beauty). Those I know who've had the privilege of hearing this record have grafted it onto their minds like little else in recent memory, taking it into their bodies like a kind of nourishment. It's a record of creation, of birth. Now, in 2009, Lewis & Clarke has resurfaced with an EP entitled "Light Time" and not a moment too soon for this writer, as I've been getting hungry again. But how does Light Time greet a palate so generously prepared by the group's past offerings? The answer is well, dear listener, quite well. You see, "Blasts..." was an epiphany in it's own right, but one spoken from lips attached to a face that tilted up towards the sky while gazing down into a terrible abyss. Light Time reveals that same face to us once again, after the self-fulfilling prophecy of it's own fall (Before It Breaks You), but now with head and eyes fixed sternly ahead. In between these two points the body attached to that face, a body belonging to a man named Lou Rogai, has slept in what can only be described as one of the deeper circles of hell and come back to linger on simply because it is good to do so. We as an audience are better off for it. In fact, music in general is better off for it, if for no other reason than to be reminded that strength is just as beautiful as weakness. For all of the whispery voiced, faux-bohemian, lilting cliches that overpopulate what we can loosely term "folk music", "Light Time" is a reminder that the heart, above all else, is a muscle.
-Dr Lazarus T. Helm, Donnybrook Writing Academy

Recorded at Dan's House by Dan McKinney March 2009 and at One Forest by Tom Asselin
Mixed by Tom + Dan + Lou at Dan's House
Mastered by Dan McKinney
Cover Painting detail from "Misty Forests" by Erika Somogyi