Diagrams of Thought

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about the record

“Lately, I’ve become conscious of my fascination for the notion of the break, on a conceptual and musical level. What’s temporary and what’s permanent. Thinking and making out of what isn’t there, yet is. Some people would call it silence, but it could also be a skip of the needle, an ellipsis. Something very basic—or Basic Channelesque. A set of sounds and silences, structuring just a hint of rhythm. Sounds that become silences, and silences that become sounds. 

The other day, I was saying to someone that for me, the sound of electric current running through the power lines above the train tracks is the most ambient sound there is. That infinity in which you never quite grasp all the harmonics and reverberations. It’s a form of time detained or expanded. Recently, I’ve been rereading Morton Feldman—you can tell, right? Vertical time, the silence that sounds. A sort of sacredness. My mind is blown every time I walk into a church, for whatever that’s worth.” - Nueen

  1. 1 - To Eve 4:06
  2. 2 - Lev 4:34
  3. 3 - Sonno 3:00
  4. 4 - Vig Ase 5:24
  5. 5 - Mett 4:46
  6. 6 - Let Me Be Gone For a While 2:44
  7. 7 - Dome 6:16
  8. 8 - Veta 4:44
  9. 9 - Maxima 3:57
  10. 10 - 4U 3:40

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Diagrams of Thought

24,00

out of stock

  1. 1 - To Eve 4:06
  2. 2 - Lev 4:34
  3. 3 - Sonno 3:00
  4. 4 - Vig Ase 5:24
  5. 5 - Mett 4:46
  6. 6 - Let Me Be Gone For a While 2:44
  7. 7 - Dome 6:16
  8. 8 - Veta 4:44
  9. 9 - Maxima 3:57
  10. 10 - 4U 3:40

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

“Lately, I’ve become conscious of my fascination for the notion of the break, on a conceptual and musical level. What’s temporary and what’s permanent. Thinking and making out of what isn’t there, yet is. Some people would call it silence, but it could also be a skip of the needle, an ellipsis. Something very basic—or Basic Channelesque. A set of sounds and silences, structuring just a hint of rhythm. Sounds that become silences, and silences that become sounds. 

The other day, I was saying to someone that for me, the sound of electric current running through the power lines above the train tracks is the most ambient sound there is. That infinity in which you never quite grasp all the harmonics and reverberations. It’s a form of time detained or expanded. Recently, I’ve been rereading Morton Feldman—you can tell, right? Vertical time, the silence that sounds. A sort of sacredness. My mind is blown every time I walk into a church, for whatever that’s worth.” - Nueen

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