Posts Tagged ‘U53 review’

 

 

Jennifer Hor curls up into the intricate layers of “In[Core}Wat[t]“, regarding it as a perfect testimony of the Cambodian soul, and Buddhist spirit…a very active, deep, and nevertheless relaxing soundtrack

 

 

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Frans de Waard for the omnipresent Vital Weekly gets entangled into In[Core]Wat[t]‘s labyrinthine sounds – a work which mutates constantly along the listening experience

 

 

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Richard Allen goes along the meanders of “In[Core]Wat[t]“, pulling the threads of a vast intricate tangle, echoing the spirit of Cambodia, and much more…

 

 

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TJ Norris for the increasingly active and ebullient Toneshift online mag infiltrates the intricate layers of “In[Core]Wat[t]“, praising the emergence of an enigmatic sensitive aural composition…

 

 

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