Tabard - Memory Cloak
What happens when two sound designers collaborate and create an atmospheric piece? “Memory Cloak” is the result of such a union and it’s quite an impressive track.
The duo Tabard share with us their ambient soundscape, “Memory Cloak” as it takes us on a relaxed journey through spacious synths and glitch like beats. Everything about this song is peaceful - from the swells fading in the background to the rhythm of the beat, it’s such a gorgeous and inspiring song. I’ve had it on loop this rainy Monday morning and it’s incredibly fitting for this introspective mood.
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