Album Review

Oliveros, Pauline – “Electronic Works 1965-1966” – [Paradigm Discs]

Grizzly Adam   2/17/2012   A Library, CD

Blinking in and out, phaser lasers changing the
state of matter, poly-composite sound. DNA nano
surgical splice. Prior to bass throb noise. A feast
with all the meaty treble included. Kick-out the
frequencies. Not a search for tone or harmony,
a study of mind drift as it relates to the performance
style of reintroducing phases and progressively
elongating the connection between states of brain,
body, listening, sound, and sleep-fading. Track
two is more wall of sound, and monumentality.
Stark ice cliffs and contrasts with sonic resonance,
also known as warmth in sound which evoke as
well extreme frigid environments. Part way it loses
it’s wall effect for a horizon effect, where sound
is sensed traveling out over the landscape to
beyond the horizon. There are some inserted
sounds, the kick of a crate with some metal in-
side, and the cuing of a record that makes that
fap sound.
-Eveningly Infinitely Wipes Scrub Sonny Atoms Grizzly Adam

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