"Amidst a spacious fabric" is the third full length album by Wilt, the dark ambient american project that surprised the whole genre with his debut "The Black Box Aesthetics" in 2000. James Keeler, the man behind Wilt, creates encompassing atmospheres made of deep drones, slow soundscapes and a lot of variations, using original sound sources that bring something interesting to a style where blend electronics are too often prominant.(Get this as mp3)
The 11 untitled tracks on "Amidst a spacious fabric" were created with only sounds recorded with a zither, then manipulated and treated to built slow and hyponitzing tracks. The listener is taken to a dim lighted room, where tones are echoed and basses rumble. But this is not all, since a lot of accoustic noises from the zither are also used in this album, adding a lot of surprises and depth to the dark textures.