Waiting for the Ghost Train

The still, cold air of midwinter.
You hear a sound in the distance.

One continuous drone played on an ebowed guitar, focussing one just one note and its harmonics.

Released 23 January 2018

Total running time: 37:36

All music written, performed and produced by Brin Coleman
at MCos, Manchester during January 2018.

Photography and design by Brin Coleman.

Cover photo: Freight train line and foothills, Boise, Idaho, December 2017.

Fade Into Light

An epic ambient drone to round of 2017.

One continuous drone focusing on one note and its usually hidden harmonics.

This album uses four sources: the usual ebowed guitar drone plus three synths all playing the same note, one is a deep resonating bass, one is a deeper pad and one is more ethereal. The combination created a minimal drone that slowly drifts.

While most Ghost Harmonics albums have tended to be around the 40 minute mark, I have enjoyed creating this longer drone. That probably means this won't be the last of these!

Released 8 December 2017

Total running time: 1:59:00

All music written, performed and produced by Brin Coleman
at MCos, Manchester during November 2017.

Cover design and photography by Brin Coleman.

Reviews of Fade Into Light

Ghost Harmonics takes us on a wondrous journey through light and sound. This 2 hour soundscape covers practically the entire spectrum of sound, from layers of deep bass to wafts of soothing mid-range, to lofty pinnacles of celestial notes.

Immersive, intriguing and quite congenial, "Fade Into Light" is a worthy addition to your ambient drone collection.

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The Valley of Dreamers

Melting away.
Journey into unconsciousness with this peaceful mesmerising drone.

One continuous minimal ambient drone focusing on just one note and its usually hidden harmonics.

Released 25 November 2017

Total running time: 48:30

All music written, performed and produced by Brin Coleman
at MCos, Manchester during October 2017.

Cover design and photography by Brin Coleman.

On Top Of The World

One continuous drone that focuses on just one note and its normally hidden harmonics.

This drone has a lighter, airier feel to it.

For this recording, I dusted off my Skylark M series headless guitar which I hadn't used in quite some time. The feel of creating these drones on this guitar is quite different. It feels more melodic and the strings natural harmonics seem to be more prominent.

I will use this guitar again and see if this is the case next time.

Relax and enjoy this mesmerising drone.

Released 10 November 2017

Total running time: 55:04

All music written, performed and produced by Ghost Harmonics
at MCos, Manchester during October 2017.

Photography and design by Ghost Harmonics.