[LAU] new track -- all Linux inside

Julien Claassen julien at c-lab.de
Thu Jan 27 22:07:53 UTC 2011

Hello Kim!
   This is a trakc of impressions. I'm not sure, that I would bank it down as 
"music" in my book, but then, that book is pretty thin, I suppose. I wanted to 
say, that it reminded me of srping, with all the crows, for that's what they 
are, I suppose. But the whole atmosphere sounds much more like autumn coming 
on to the dark times. The sound in the centre was interesting, the rather more 
continuous one, which sounds a bit like... hm: footsteps, chemical/phiscal fun 
with bottles, fire, gas and/or steam. In it's foreinness, yet (sur)reality it 
sets my "imagery" department sparking wildly. As I said: full of impressions.
   the occasional very white-noise containing "spark" in the centre is very 
nice effect. Almost frightening, when I heard it for the first time. Partly 
because of its loudness, partly because of its distrubing quality. Reminiscent 
of one of those weird, inexplicable impulses you got on good old analogue 
radio, or of sparks again. At least something very shocking and almost not 
belonging there. This was - for me - even intensified by the heavily processed 
voices or maybe arabic singing in the background, off to the sides of the 
   The complete piece certainly impressed me as being quite cineastic, 
graspable and creative, in the way, that it creates its own little world, with 
not too many perceived sounds. It doesn't get out of hand. Neat!
   Thanks for sharing this composition with us! Or at least with me. :-) - 
Sorry, if I'm very off your own ideas, but as I've learnt: It doesn't really 
matter, as long as it's perceived as a welcome guest in your aural home. :-)
   Warm regards

Music was my first love and it will be my last (John Miles)

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