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  • Summary: The fifth full-length release for Australian ambient producer Andrew Tuttle features contributions from Darren Cross, Claire Deak, Tony Dupe, Steve Gunn, Isasa, Chuck Johnson, Josh Kimbrough, Michael A. Muller, Padang Food Tigers, and Luke Schneider.
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  1. Aug 1, 2022
    His spacious and captivating 2020 LP Alexandra felt like a breakthrough in this respect; Fleeting Adventure is even better.
  2. 80
    The palette is wider and richer this time around due to prominent contributions of guests from different parts of the world. Even as electronics, strings and horns enter the frame alongside the ever-present banjo and different types of guitars, the music retains its spacious, uncluttered freshness.
  3. Mojo
    Aug 1, 2022
    This sequel traverses reassuringly similar zones, with Tuttle's banjo threading in and out of the FX atmospherics, and an expanded instrumental cast - notably fellow travellers Chuck Johnson and Luke Schneider on pedal steel - operating with equal subtlety. [Sep 2022, p.86]
  4. 80
    It brims with the sense of release and joy that comes from the tiniest escape from confinement.
  5. The Wire
    Aug 1, 2022
    While lightness and a wondrous sense of possibility colour the album, there’s also depth. Every track is made of layers of glimmering melodies that collide in dissonance and fade away in consonance. [Aug 2022, p.58]
  6. Aug 9, 2022
    Tuttle and his backing band reconnect with the naturalism of the energy around them, harnessing an ever-present whimsy. Sprawling and varied, Fleeting Adventure uses instrumental music as a way to convey imaginative transcendentalism.
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