I remember how we were standing on Chesil Beach, we hardly said a word

by stijn hüwels

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Released as a limited CDr, september 2012. Sold out.

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We were standing on Chesil Beach, the sound of the waves breaking on the pebbles was overwhelming.

We hardly said a word. There was a house. I wondered how it would be living there. We were almost alone. I walked towards the water, which wasn’t easy with the loose shingle. It was quite steep where the water hit the beach and I tried not to imagine what would happen if someone, me, fell down. I looked at you from a distance and took a picture. It was out of focus.

The water disappeared between the small stones. I walked back. I didn’t know what to say. There was only the salty air and the sound of the waves . Big clouds drifted towards the sea.

A man with a fishing line walked between us. I didn’t know what to say. There was only the sound of the sea.


released 17 September 2012

Mastered by Yves De Mey (www.knobsounds.com)
Artwork by La Casita Del Cuco (www.casitadelcuco.es)



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stijn hüwels Leuven, Belgium

Like many others in the field of minimal and ambient music, Belgium-based Stijn Hüwels (°1978) is a self-taught musician who has been experimenting with sounds and instruments for a long time before actually sharing the results. A profound fascination for minimalism and photography have always seeped into his instrumental music as well. ... more

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