Posts Tagged ‘U37 review’


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In a concise editorial entitled “Traces of places”, and mentioning 3 albums by different artists, Nathan Thomas for Fluid Audio interprets “Onden  隱佃” by Kassel Jaeger as one of the possible ways to go when trying to pinpoint a place through field recordings…
In this case, the site is getting re-appropriated via its at first inaudible manifestations…

 

 

 

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In a french only review, Pierre Cécile for Le Son Du Grisli gives a laudatory portrayal of Kassel Jaeger, confirming his importance as a composer, and describing “Onden  隱佃” as a singular transposition of a sybilline Tokyo…

 

 

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For The Sound Projector, Jennifer Hor in a very well done text full of imagery circumscribes the “Onden  隱佃” aural experience, and the way it flows within with singular impact, bordering Nature, and Urbanity…

 

 

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Richard Allen regards “Onden  隱佃” as a search for calming down the tensions induced by the coexistence of Nature & artificial world, but also as a yearning for making the Invisible tangible, just broadening our senses…

 

 

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Frans de Waard compares his own experience of Tokyo to Kassel Jaeger‘s one, emphasizing its relevance, but most of all its dense, detailed, sentient flow…

 

 

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