I love artists who seem to be chasing something other than fame, fortune, spotlights and adulation. Grasslands is one of those people. By day an ecologist by the name of Tom Haynes by night a soundscaper of sonic strangeness is more likely to be found lying in a field recording the sounds of crickets, or the swaying of grass or perhaps even mist than chasing any musical fad or fashion….

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