Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Stephanie Merchak – Collapsing Structures (2017)

  • Ambient 
  • Space music 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Electronic music 
  • Dark ambient 
  • Illbient 
  • Sound art 
  • Avant-electronica 
  • Dystopbient

Comment: imagine there upward in outer space there is a ceiling filled in with hanged wind bells which used to chirp different tones and timbres and thereafter these sonic bits will spread over the scale. The ceiling is immensely broad and wide and at times one can hear more malignant reverberations bouncing back from the wall. Is it the vestibule of mayhem? In fact, hell as a location does not exist anywhere but on Earth. More profoundly, it exists among the people, it exists between one's ears. More profoundly, there exist more than 7 billion hells on Earth. OK, I should fix the statement the number is a bit exaggerated because the children are the best and intact part of the human race. The recent 9-notch outing is all about collapsing structures of the mind, about traumatic events, horrendous memories, suicidal thoughts as the artist herself has assumed. Like Moz once declaimed give up life as a bad mistake. On the other side, stupidity, selfishness and foolishness of other people may paradoxically inspire you move on and on the other hand I guess without pain and depression such a great release as this one could have never been spawned to provide us bittersweet pleasure in its dystopic desperation. The issue is a bit in the discography of Silent Method Records.
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