“Double Exposure” reviewed by Hifly

Double Exposure
The new album from Schaefer, ‘Double Exposure’, is a studio album, which was conceived over a six year period between 2005-2011. The common denominator of the twelve tracks was that of the creative process of writing a piece of music for a compilation CD, installation or similar, which ties the entire album together. The music is a glorius sonic pastiche of different methods and expressions, ranging from piano dominated pieces within the modern classical realm, to field recordings over space generated outbursts and the glitchy Curator’s Wet Dream srunches evident on the breathtaking album highlight ‘Inner Space Memorial [for J.G.Ballard]’ Blissful, listenable and captivating music for the new generation. Klaus Boss

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