“Safe Passage” RESEÑAS MUSICAL

Here is a short review of Safe Passage.

J.C. Combs

SAFE PASSAGE

Electroshock Records

2009

Llamativo trabajo experimental, basado en la combinación de técnicas de collage sonoro con audiopaisajes urbanos y atmósferas musicales.

Las piezas, con títulos como por ejemplo “Trinity 666 – The Last Train to Hell” (que cierra el disco), “November 13, 2009”, o “The Giant Eye of the 5th Dimension”, son como audiorretratos, algunos realistas, otros con toques sobrenaturales, que oscilan entre los aires costumbristas y el Ambient oscuro, además de entre otras influencias.

DOMINIQUE CHEVANT

A remarkable experimental work based in the combination of techniques of collage of sound with urban audio passages and musical atmospheres, this is a noteworthy album. The themes, with such titles as for example “Trinity 666 – The Last Train to Hell” (closing the album), “November 13, 2009”, or “The Giant Eye of the 5th Dimension”, are some sort of audio portraits, some realistic, others with supernatural touches, flowing from folk airs and dark ambient among other influences. – DOMINIQUE CHEVANT – http://www.amazings.com

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3 thoughts on ““Safe Passage” RESEÑAS MUSICAL

  1. I thought you’d make use of a real translator. hehe

    “Showy experimental work, based on the combination of techniques of sound collage and urban soundscapes and musical atmospheres. The pieces, with titles like ”Trinity 666 – The Last Train to Hell” (that ends the disc), ”November 13, 2009″ , or ” The Giant Eye of the 5th Dimension”, are like audioportraits, some realists, others with a supernatural touch, that oscillate between costumbrist airs and the dark Ambient, beside other influences. DOMINIQUE CHEVANT”

  2. Thanks! long time wow! Swing by our improvfriday home at ning. Its fun every week!

    improvfriday.ning.com

    PS: Updating with your translation.

  3. Renato, I switched “showy” to striking.

    Although it directly translates to showy, within the context of the Chevant’s descriptions it seems he’s more implying colorful, etc. In English showy largely means in bad taste.

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