supported by 26 fans who also own “Marsen Jules at GRM”
With Sinfonietta, Marsen Jules created a musical piece with a real propensity to lift us in the clear strata of the high atmosphere.
During the night, we can see the stars slowly glistening in the skies, while we slowly drift on the sound cushions made of the processed orchestral strings we can hear.
Separated layer by layer, stretched and superimposed again to finally unfold, the altered instruments are spreading through the track to free us from the classic flow of time.
An uplifting work. Dotflac
supported by 17 fans who also own “Marsen Jules at GRM”
Killing Ghosts weaves ephemereal links with two non-miscible dimensions, flexibly transgresses the borders between the tangible and the unseizable.
It gives us the paradoxical sensation to face an object ready to dissolve in the fog, like an apparition whose existence comes down to the length of our apnea, as the least breath will send it back to the twilight of its life.
This microverse inevitably collapses in the end, but remember that what matters is the journey, and not the destination. Dotflac