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Music Review: Bethan Kellough - Aven

Bethan Kellough Aven [Touch; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 A ven, an album designed by sound engineer and composer Bethan Kellough, is a film you watch with your ears. It has no visual component, but it may as well be a film. Field recordings collected in Iceland and South Africa — of geothermal activity, rushes of wind in grass, the sun setting, birdsong, rippling water — provide the action.
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