Posts Tagged ‘U55 review’

 

 

Bourdon du Kinzie” has gone under Brian Olewnick‘s magnifying glass, and in a flock of words, he pinpoints the merits of this subworld of distinct resonances and aurally affecting frequences

 

 

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In a condensed to the point overview of “Bourdon du Kinzie” in the Dusted online mag, Bill Meyer puts forward the interactions between interior and exterior acoustic phenomena at play in an old battery bunker, all skillfully brought to light by A.F. Jones, mastering virtuoso engineer (and not only !)  …

 

 

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For the increasingly vital and interesting Toneshift, TJ Norris goes beyond the “coating”, sensing how much “Bourdon du Kinzie” is more than what it first seems to the ears, an enveloping, minimal, yet subtle excursion of an enclosed unusual space

 

 

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For the always in the loop Vital Weekly, Frans de Waard lets historical connotations influence his listening experience, making of “Bourdon du Kinzie a drone infused grim perambulation

 

 

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