Gilman Mom captures sonic youth on ambient “Revisionist History” LP

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When I’m listening to ambient music, I want it to lift me out of my seat and transport me to a different world. So when I put on Gilman Mom’s new record Revisionist History, and when I felt my body rise from my office chair and settle down in a field in the middle of my childhood town, I knew I had something good.

Dominic Francisco is the avant-garde mind behind Gilman Mom, an ambient music project dedicated to capturing Francisco’s feelings in sound. Revisionist History follows Francisco’s two previous albums, I Forgot To Tell You and Manifest Destiny. The new disc acts as a follow-up and a counterpoint to Destiny, which — though…

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Get the soundtrack to your summer with Gilman Mom’s new album “Revisionist History”

In attempt to connect deeply with nature my newly-released album, Revisionist History, is immersed in atmospheric field recordings and jazz-inspired drone.  The album looks to delve into the embrace of a warm, youthful summer’s day and perhaps explore what mental state endured by such an environment. This album was made as a direct response to my previous album Manifest Destiny. It follows the lighter pathways opened in conclusion of its predecessor. Revisionist History was made carefully and purposefully. I got a lot out of making this thing and I hope you do as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy!