21 November 2006

1985 - where tomorrow lets us breathe (2004, Masa)

Shortly after the release of “Dawn Treading”, Matt Fuller seems to have received the opportunity of being recorded in a small studio. This was done by Bob Schwenkler.

“Where Tomorrow Lets Us Breathe” is mainly a new version of “Dawn Treading” with almost the same songs, as eight of the eleven songs here were already on the previous record in close 4-track versions.

14 November 2006

1985 - dawn treading (2004, Masa)

With “Dawn Treading”, Matt Fuller changed his project name from A Sandcastle Still to 1985. Basically it’s the same thing, intimate folk lo-fi songs recorded in urgency with mostly his voice and his acoustic guitar.