Share
home about mint the music reviews Live performance Pictures/photos contact links stuff
music and releases

< BACK TO THE LISTING

Release Details
Title: Audubon ep
Release Date: 27th January 2004
Label: Boltfish Recordings
Cat No: BOLT001
Tracks: Albert the Bull speaker
Grain bin
Dairy queen
Open field
Eskimo hole
Auger
Audubon

Digital Downloads

You can buy this release from ITunes, amongst other Digital Services - BUY AT ITUNES

Reviews

REVIEW of "Audubon" EP
Igloomag - 12 Feb 05
(Part of a review combo/feature)

"Mint's Audubon EP features six tracks ranging from the delicate quiver of "Albert the Bull" to the simple melodic ambiences of "Dairy Queen." Match this EP with Plone and you may be hard-pressed to realize who's who. That's not to say that Mint's sound isn't unique; in fact it's quite the opposite. Meandering melodies trickle their way into the subconscious without notice. Randomized vocal snippets appear and disappear just as the layers of fog pass through the morning sky. It's the inner reflections that are sparked on the Audibon EP where tracks like "Grain Bin" and "Open Field" activate the feelings within seconds, "Eskimo Hole" and "Auger" close off the disc with minimal tendencies afloat in the water. Audubon EP is a pleasant grand opening as the first release on the label, and one that is sure to be remembered for its classical nature."

Read the whole review/feature

REVIEW of "Audubon" EP
Helene Ramos Galagarza - 24/03/04
DJ and Broadcaster; Radio Libre, Lima, Peru
"Minimalism, lullabies for cosmic children and a kind of latinized ball of sounds. Future lounge for future loungers. "

REVIEW of "Audubon" EP
Tesselate - 29 February 04
"Free music? and it's this good, Mint's debut release for Boltfish is nothing short of amazing. It really does mellow you out and auto soaks the good sh*t into your head. The mid west sounds like a cool place to hang out, if this is the music it inspires."

Read the whole review

REVIEW of "Grain Bin" - Audubon EP
Raw42.com - December 2003

"Gentle ambient swirling intro which is joined by rough and rugged percussion and deep sub bass. Experimental in style but still keeps an uplifting classic chillout smokers style."
All content © MINT 2004-2011 unless otherwise specified
Site Designed by MINT