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Published on Jul 20, 2009
There's a beating heart buried in the wintry landscape of Glider, a warm 4/4 pulse that enervates the album's echoing, looped drones and pulls the listener swiftly through the snow. By pinning barely-there electronic beats to his wisps of guitar melody, the Seattle-based producer turns ambient music into a hybrid strain of breathtakingly intimate, small-scale dance music.
With Glider, The Sight Below has created a work of vertiginous sonic depth and exquisite melancholy: techno music for a dark winters night.