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Ah, that hardy perennial--the soundtrack to a film that hasn't been made. But wait--there's a history to Invisible Soundtracks: Macro 3
that ranks it apart from the tedious copyists that have made "cinematic" their catchword ever since the release of Portishead's Dummy
. A project of the Leaf Label--one of Britain's bravest experimental dance imprints--the first Invisible Soundtracks compilation landed in 1995, draws inspiration from the precedent set by seminal ambient atmospheric works like Brian Eno's Ambient 1: Music For Airports
. Satisfyingly, Macro 3
doesn't make a mockery of this lineage; casting the net wide, Leaf have collected together 16 specially commissioned tracks from artists across the globe. Toronto-based pianist Manitoba contributes "Anna And Nina", which apes, and stunningly, betters the loping jazz excursions practised by Four Tet; bass-toting avant-rock trio Rothko offer the gently undulating "Suddenly Becomes Light"; and Japanese sound innovator Susumu Yokota offers a light but affecting ambient shimmer on "Fancy Flavour". Put those cameras away: Invisible Soundtracks: Macro 3
maps out the cutting edge with sound alone. --Louis Pattison