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Somewhere, BC

by Limbs of the Stars

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Originally composed as part of an immersive exhibit featuring photos by Wallace Barber of British Columbia’s West Coast, Somewhere, BC is a place of mist-cloaked, muted magic.

Performed on electric guitar and cello, the long form piece was written as Lyons filled his studio with projections of Barber’s photos and worked towards an understated vocabulary of sounds and subsumed, greyscale motifs to complement the tone of the photographic works.

Slow-paced and gently shifting, the piece is propulsive at the same time. Cello rolls through like deep fog, while a range of guitar techniques (percussion, metallic bowing, etc) create an absorbing 43+ minute soundscape.

Watch (and listen to) a video featuring Barber's photos here:


released November 16, 2018

Stephen Lyons - guitar
Shanto Acharia - cello

Photos by Wallace Barber

"Somewhere, BC" was composed, produced, and engineered by Stephen Lyons.
Additional engineering for cello, mixing and mastering by Rob Malowany.

© 2018 Offseason Arts / Stephen Lyons



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This unhurried, filmic group is autumnal and beautiful, in an often dark kind of way. The Georgia Straight called the debut album “a thinking person’s musical feast”, while Discorder described Limbs of the Stars’ engaging, “shadow-shrouded riches” as “a mix of jazz, folk, and turn-of-the-century indie rock accented with flourishes of New Weird America.” ... more

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