Posts Tagged ‘U61 review’

 

TJ Norris, mastermind behind Toneshift, savor the results of Grisha Shakhnes’ confrontation of internal & external sound worldsa free yet controlled array of muffled loops pervaded with the mystery of the quotidian

 

 

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Relayed concise close aural observation from another sharp listener, Brian Olewnick in his Just Outside blog about “being there“, testifying of an impactful pervasive collage of sound

 

 

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For the discreet but long present The Sound Projector magazine, Jennifer Hor interrogates Grisha Shakhnes‘ creative practice and the way it reduces distance, while proposing a full-bodied inescapable rolling out of riveting sounds

 

 

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Massimo Ricci in his own particular way of making words dance, unfolds his vocabulary around the murky audio-diary of “being there“, seeing it as an exercise in the Now and the varied territory of how things around you get sensed beyond being the reflection of a moment

 

 

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