|2||A Painless End|
|3||Across a Dark River|
|5||A Calm Note|
|9||Star of Hari|
|11||Sleep With The Shadows|
|13||As If It Were An Accident|
Service's return orbit finds them in an acid folk state of mind. They softly churn out cosmic tones that bore directly into the right brain, eliciting a bright reign of psychedelic sprites. Their mystical leanings steer them close to the likes of Sol Invictus, but OS zigs where neo folk zags, giving them a sonic momentum that leads to a much outer part of outer space. This beautifully crafted set smells like moist earth covered in leaves. Orbit Service's mining of ever deeper moods has yielded a subtle treasure that glows like distant sun. The album includes contributions from:
kim g. hansen (antenne) http://www.facebook.com/pages/antenne/8717875830?ref=ts
anna brønsted (our broken garden / efterklang) http://www.facebook.com/ourbrokengarden
produced by kim g. hansen and randall frazier on two continents via the internet. mixed by kim g. hansen. mastered by randall frazier. engineered by kim g. hansen and randall frazier. additional engineering by brian gerhart.
orbit service was: kim g. hansen: synths, electric guitars, samples, mixing, production
randall frazier: vocals, synths, samples, production
brian gerhart: acoustic and electric guitars
dennis swanson: electric guitars
sincerest thanks to our friends:
thanks to chris at blrr. angelic voices from anna brønsted of "our broken garden." violin on "reap" and "a calm note" by elin palmer. "sleep with the shadows" by edward ka-spel. "star of hari" by kirill nikolai. flute intro on "a painless end" by esther hernandez. "event horizon" by armchair migraine journey. thanks to ron gordon for the u87. thanks to john burr and the walnut room for giving us a home base.