Month: August 2020

DANIEL AVERY – Song For Ewe

“I love an underdog story. In the late 90s the Japanese video game developer Konami formed a group of previously under-performing employees which would become known as Team Silent. Following the zeitgeist of the time, the group were tasked with creating a horror game that would sell well to mainstream western audiences. Team Silent, however, wanted to do things in their own style and after one too many arguments, Konami stopped wasting their energies and pushed the team to one side.”

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NICOLAS BOUGAÏEFF – Song For Ewe

“Overt repetition was a fresh idea when it was introduced in the 1960s. The earliest Glass compositions were essentially concept algorithms, process applied to music. But the crossover Knee Play 5 is such a beautiful intersection of strict process and romance. It planted the seed that sometimes a paradox can be solved, that some opposites can be joined.”

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THE UTOPIA STRONG – Song For Ewe

“Like all animals, us humans like routines. Some more than others. I practiced knocking small balls into slightly larger holes with a pointy stick for well over half my current lifespan on the planet, so I’m obviously a sucker for repetition! When it comes to my musical tastes perhaps it should come as no surprise that I can handle a never ending riff.”

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