Causeyoufair

Causeyoufair is the moniker of Yigit Demirel whose first album ‘There I Lay And Time Imperfections’ posses such breathtaking quality it sits alongside William Basinski and Stars Of The Lid. He meticilously concentrates on süblime beauty, delicacy and grace in his music. Each musical notation is an exquisite expression which focuses on space tied to emotional resonance. The end result is work that supports the listener to become immersed accessing hidden memories and nostalgia.

In Blue On A Vaporous Sky

In his second release, ‘In Blue On A Vaporous Sky’, Causeyoufair continues to focus on an acoustic space designed to enable meditation and introspective healing. Between notes, reverb and silence each moment is allowed to be, fade and disappear. The choices of notes catch you when you let yourself go deep into the experience. Of course, everyone will feel it differently but the artist invites you to experience sentimental warmth, sweet dreams and an ambience that carries you away.

Cat: AB088

Release date: June 2019

 

Reviews

  1. Beach Sloth

    Lovely glistening ambience rests at the heart of Causeyoufair’s “In Blue On A Vaporous Sky”. With the utmost of grace and poise the pieces radiate a stately quality. The floating luxurious layers work together to create something that feels soothing. So many washes of sound come together in a way that feels highly organic. Drone, rock, ambient, and classical merge together to create a stream of consciousness sort of tact. By opting for this unique approach, the whole of the collection has a quiet joy running through it.

    With a sound that feels sprawling “Reckless” embraces a sense of pure freedom. All of it stuns from the gentle touch of the guitar to the lilting melody buried deep within its many layers. The looping effect further adds to the regal sensibility that informs the whole work. Things continue further down the rabbit hole on the toy box melodies of “Following”. Done with such care the piece has a childlike sense of wonder flowing through it ensuring that the piece embodies a sense of contentment. By far the highlight of the collection comes from the constant evolution of “Someone Somewhere” which chooses a coming into focus quality. Akin to drifting off to sleep is the closing “Mirrorside” where everything feels so pretty as it swirls about in a soothing way.

    A perfect little trip of a sound, Causeyoufair delivers something highly satisfying on the personal touch of “In Blue On A Vaporous Sky”.

  2. Igloo Magazine

    Causeyoufair‘s debut, There I Lay And Time Imperfections (Audiomoves, 2009) brought comparisons to SotL and Basinski for Istanbul’s Yigit Demirel for meticulous concentration on ‘sublime beauty, delicacy and grace.’ While not disposed to believe the hype of ‘Each musical notation is an exquisite expression which focuses on space tied to emotional resonance,’ we may accept that ‘The end result is work that supports the listener to become immersed accessing hidden memories and nostalgia.’ A decade on In Blue On A Vaporous Sky is touted by Audiobulb for its ‘focus on an acoustic space designed to enable meditation and introspective healing.’ Those weary of the metastasis of Nu Age Speak may prefer ‘Between notes, reverb and silence each moment is allowed to be, fade and disappear. The choices of notes catch you when you let yourself go deep into the experience.’