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File under: Experimental

Vincent Wrenn

Yesterday + Today, A Music Of Time

Label: Eroto Tox Decodings

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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"Vincent Wrenn works with a microtonal system of seven octaves and each octave being divided into 360 notes, with Saturn being the lowest and the sun being the highest octave. That may sound also pretty esoteric, but the six pieces here are excellent studies in what seems to be sine wave like sounds. Each of these pieces appears to have very few variations and when played very loud may burst an eardrum, or destroy your relationship with your neighbour. I would think these pieces are best enjoyed when played at a medium volume, with the listener moving through space - even if it's just the head only. Your ears will pick up different frequencies as you move along. This is a very consistent release. Think early Arcane Device combined with Alvin Lucier's 'Music On A Long Thin Wire': this is some great modern classical music. This is something that should been seen as well as heard and make it into a total experience. Excellent!" - Vital Weekly

File under: Experimental
Cat. number: etd0018
Year: 2014
recorded March/April 2009 at Anarchy Studios, Asheville, NC

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