Barbarity

Normal Gergely
May 16, 2012

"Listening this one we're able to thinking first times about Bartok's chamber music (partially) but more and more touches Stockhausen's "Inori" and "Telemusik" cycles there. But, of course, this is a touches only. I think at the album "Inner Rooms" most of all directions is a author's opinion. First experience of listening generates thoughts about ahumana and antihumana conception of this kind of music, but second coming idea will be different: we will able to understand this music is about hidden intellectual processes under the skull. Thus, this one might help us to understand and decrypt our own scrabbling thoughts. Good choice for those who likes Academical Electronical music." Moonsugar (Gennady Vladimirov) http://archive.org/details/siro362TothKinaHegyfalu-InnerRooms 21-04-2012 http://moonsugarthedark.tumblr.com

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