Reviews of 'To Wash Against the Hudson River Running':
"Interesting album from this artist called March Rosetta. Why? Because his music reminds me some movie of David Lynch. His music is very visual too .... Listen, and you'll know what i mean ..."
"The earlier To Wash Against The Hudson River Running is much closer to Clinical Archives’ avant-garde leanings. You can’t get more different then these two albums".
"This recording is quite experimental. It is less a musical composition and more of an exploration in sounds, or as the artist states it, an exploration in “extremes of sound and silence, and the darkness of mankind’s dual nature”. There is a haunting often dark presence in these five soundscapes. While Late in Time is grounded in tonality, To Wash goes the totally opposite direction daring us to find our own way in his aural labyrinth".
"Again I am reminded of Eno, but this time at his most adventurous. This is challenging but interesting music. Both sides of March Rosetta is worth the listen".
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released November 1, 2008
Written and produced by Thomas Carter. Artwork by Jacob Carter. Distributed by Clinical Archives [CA-179] Copyright Verlaine Records 2008.