A question comes to my mind when listening to stuff like this; is it music or is it sound? And is there a difference? There probably is.
This…well I don’t know how the rest is going to develop, but I wouldn’t categorise this as music, this is sound.
Hmmm, now it seems like there are some cattle dying on the M50, they’ve obviously been hit by the heavy traffic.
When was this done?
Right, yeah. Certainly eh… expresses the onset of the overall depression pretty well, I’d say.
I’m still trying to analyze why repetition seems to be so incredibly hard to handle for some people. Why Is Phillip Glass’ repetition so intriguing, where this is immediately boring?
When Glass repeats you want it to go on, but this, I want it to change straight away. Glass seems to repeat something that is already there, in your subconscious, this repeats……
There is a Roman Catholic philosopher, one of the few I have any time for, called Romano Guardini, he has written about how a work of art becomes, apart from…
‘Something of itself’?
You’ve spoken about him here before.
Yeah, hold on while I find it.
…he compares art to a stone….
…while this needs a movie, or light effects or….
What? ducktails? What about ducktails? What do ducktails have to do with anything?
That is who you said this about before.
Oh ok, shows I’m getting old, I’m starting to repeat myself.
Haha, that’s not fair!
Sometimes there’s a part that raises your hopes that it might go somewhere, but then it all falls into a mire of sounds again, goes nowhere.
This guy’s Australian but based in Iceland.
Woahohohohoho…THAT is interesting….based in Iceland eh?
Even from a ‘sounds’ point of view, it’s a bit of a hodge-podge isn’t it? These howling winds, or wolves…they come from a different part of the forest…Haha wolves from a different part of the forest! Ehrm..they come from a different part of the forest as the M50 bits from earlier.
Well, the M50 passes some forests.
Yeah but not with wolves in them.
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