11 May 2013


I feel like this lands somewhere in between accidentally successful pretentious art/sound collages and the result of gloriously ambitious and endearingly innocent curiosity. SILENT LAND TIME MACHINE construct sound more than create it, and these six structures are testaments to an open mind and an open vision, an accumulation of thoughts. Orchestral instrumentation is treated with electronic ambiance, and the result is like those peaceful drunken strolls long after everyone else has called it a night. Quite pleasant if you casually listen, but heavy if you let it be....

((((maybe, maybe, maybe if we can accept & tolerate & love all that is disgusting, despicable and horrible in our own selves, we can accept that which is so outside of us and finally stop projecting...finally stop being afraid of our own shadows.))))

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