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Deaf Center: “Hunted Twice”

Deaf Center’s Owl Splinters (Type, 2011) explores wildly different settings: the strident slow dense instrumental and vocal churning of Divided could be the soundtrack for a free fall into a black hole; Time Spent is a tiny neoclassical piano lullaby; New Beginning Tidal Darkness is an impressionistic painting for cascading water and droning strings;Animal Sacrifice turns a cello solo into a psychological nightmare; Hunted Twice is icy chamber music for arctic landscapes. The eleven-minute The Day I Would Never Have tops everything else with its crescendo of piano, cello, glitches and scream-like drones that dies out in aquatic piano notes. via Scaruffi

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This entry was posted on April 29, 2011 by in cinematic, classic modern, dark ambient and tagged , , , , .
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