An Evening With Dusty (and Kyle Bobby Dunn)

by Ian Mathers

13 June 2012

 

Following on the heels of last year’s Ways of Meaning and 2010’s two-disc A Young Person’s Guide To, 2012 sees ambient composer Kyle Bobby Dunn release another double album with Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn. The Ontario native mostly bases his long, shifting compositions around electric guitar, organ, and piano (albeit phased and shifted into long, beautiful smears) and now director Joey Bania brings us a gorgeously desolate video for that album’s “An Evening With Dusty”. The video was filmed in New Zealand, but but after you watch it you might wonder when it was filmed.

 

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