Sunday, September 24, 2017

[mikra] – Sonic Selection Vol. 1 (2017)


  • Ambient noise 
  • Micronoise 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Electronic music 
  • Leftfield 
  • Synth fusion 
  • Ambient

Comment: how to evaluate the effects of variation in music? How many features are properly enough you are able to discern and analyse without getting suffocated under an avalanche of excessive information? And information you are getting from music could it be paralleled with information you are getting from TV, for example? [mikra]'s 11-notch outing is about avoiding pure information or to say that otherwise it is about pure bits to be channelized through filters of excessive information. The result is schizophrenically perturbed. Like dividing a beatific phenomenon into many parts by immersing it with quite irrelevant and agitated information which nevertheless makes sense ultimately. One great example of it, the track called oUTottuoO is a blend of piano chords which are heavily disturbed by more and less sharp noises coming from everywhere around it. S7 shows its beatific potential because perturbations are more switched off. Submind 1976 reminds me of a witty synthesised progression from the end 70s or beginning of the 80s as if a moody background music for a glittering TV series. Like Miami Vice, for instance. DooOwwNoW, however, it is a quite intact ambient beauty. In fact, I have nothing to add to this bunch of inordinateness and excess. It is a crafty harbinger of decay. The outing is a part of the discography of PZ104ORBIT.
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