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Runtime: 28'50''

«Throughout the existence of the humankind, the understanding of space - its frontiers and dimensions - has changed a number of times. In "Sound to Activate Space", Morgan Jenks helps us experience another change that expands the boundaries of visible space.

From the beginning, Jenks' unobtrusive electronics add a resonance and atmosphere that can take you to places of inexplicable calmness. There is a reflective melody held at a remote distance in "Gemini" that succeeds in activating spaces inside your memory banks. "An anthem for the bats and their prey" speaks for itself. An atmospheric anthem that will keep you silent until the moment where a group of blind flying mammals echolocate their victim. I assure you that if you close your eyes, you will have a very graphic experience of this encounter. Furry bodies frantically flapping wings and screeching voices that transform into electronic signals.» - Sebastian Alvarez

Downloads:

01 • Gemini (it's you) ..................................................................... pt us
  [14'29'' • 25,4Mb • VBR]
02 • An anthem for the bats and their prey .................................. pt us
  [14'21'' • 22,2Mb • VBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 1,88Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 49,2Mb]

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Copyleft:

cover:
©2008 Sebastian Alvarez
©2008 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2007 Morgan Jenks
©2008 test tube


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