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“Prevailing Wind, Tangled Under” reviewed by Ambient Blog

For those interested in environmental recordings, the Corollaries series on the Crónica label is a definite must-check. This (sixth) edition in the series is an acoustic exploration of a deserted, metal water tower about four stories high made by soundscape artist John Grzinich. “People are pulled inward upon hearing the depth of the reverberations from […]

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“Prevailing Wind, Tangled Under” reviewed by Touching Extremes

Attributing a value to forlorn locations through the assessment of their resonant qualities represents a sort of transference of power. When a sound artist – presumably gifted with deeply perceptive features – sets conditions for a given structure to vibrate, the spontaneous generation of a different type of life occurs. The resulting interaction gains or […]

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