770Re: Environmental Music
- Sep 1 9:55 AM
>On Sat, 29 Aug 1998, Mark Coyle wrote:as traffic, weather, storms and so on. I wonder >if anyone on list has any
>I'm exploring music which uses or is made from environmental >sounds such
You should definitely get Justin Bennett's "Cityscape" (Staalplaat). It's
freaking brilliant! I had high expectations for this one, and I think every
requirement has been met. There are some incredible soundscapes on this CD,
and in addition the CD-cover is perhaps the most original cover ever
(although it sort of makes the idea of a CD-rack a thing of the past).
Thunderstorms, church bells, beautiful & rhythmic rain-drops,
echo-chamberings from where?-I-don't-know. It's so good, and it's so well
crafted/constructed/structured. Highly recommended, in other words.
"Cannibalism is a radical form of hospitality." -Jean Baudrillard
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