“The Waste Land” reviewed by Neural

The Waste Land has been issued in digital recording and audio cassette and has its origins in a 20 minute soundtrack for a documentary movie. The Italian-Swiss composer and sound artist doesn’t give any other details about it. However, it works as an exceptional amplifier of auditory perceptions and stimulates a kind of precise narration with visual paintings that lead to an “intellectual movie”. The second composition is “Voices from the coal mine”. Among the ghosts evoked we find Alvin Lucier the USA composer who dignified sound installations. In “My Extra Personal Space”, the work are guidelines which give birth to the modern taste in art or metropolitan matrix (soundwalking) which can be shaped in sound fields and capturing natural sounds, too, involving the listener in interesting and amazing sensory reportages.

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