8 thoughts on “ Waves - White Rainbow - Prism Of Eternal Now (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Prism of Eternal Now, an Album by White Rainbow. Released 24 September on Kranky (catalog no. krank; CD). Genres: Ambient/5(3).
  2. The remarkable thing about that album was not that it was hours long, but that the overwhelming majority of it was of extraordinary quality and not mere filler. With the release of Eternal Now, White Rainbow has surpassed typical solo project territory and is now a virtual elemental force/5(3).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Prism Of Eternal Now on Discogs/5.
  4. Adam Forkner's White Rainbow project began with CD-Rs and soon evolved into multimedia installation pieces. White Rainbow's Kranky debut, Prism of Eternal Now, shows off the spectrum of Forkner's music, which occupies a blissful space somewhere between dream pop, drum circles, psychedelic rock, and avant-garde electronics. The album warms up with some relatively brief tracks: "Middle" sets 8/
  5. White Rainbow released several albums in , including that spring's Sun Shifts, which was released on Marriage Records; Sky Drips Drifts, which States Rights put out that summer; and Prism of Eternal Now, which arrived on CD that fall via Kranky (and was also released by Marriage Records on vinyl).
  6. Listen free to White Rainbow – Prism of Eternal Now (PULSES, MIDDLE and more). 9 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at bedsfiromadbivis.chaiginibutacklersbronfallbercheckslutboots.co
  7. Explore releases from White Rainbow at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from White Rainbow at the Discogs Marketplace. White Rainbow: Prism Of Eternal Now (Album) (LP, Album) Not On Label (White Rainbow Self-released) WR US:
  8. Not one to do anything in half measures, Adam Forkner's previous release was a four-and-a-half-hour boxset, so the comparative brevity of this seventy minute set comes as something of a surprise, and perhaps even a relief. That's not to say that the bewitching hippie soundscapes Forkner produces aren't worth getting lost in, but there must surely come a point at which less really does become.

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