Recorded May 2019 in Buffalo, NY, at the corner of Elmwood and Allen, with the windows open. No processing, only clever editing and positioning of the microphone, was used in the making of these recordings. This album is meant to play on repeat.
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A totally absorbing album, I love how the subtleties and intricacies grab and hold your attention. Melodies and rhythms weave around drone and noise elements which themselves have great movement. Field recordings add tension, at times there's a mechanical feel yet each song also feels like an unfolding story that you are a part of. Andrulian
supported by 10 fans who also own “Open Windowing: Hey Champ!”
“What Is Music And What Should It Be” comprises two compositions, each lasting 45 minutes. Both are very dense, and – with the right sound system – could easily function as a sonic sculpture, a peculiar piece of sound-art, which – again, in the right acoustic conditions – could physically take over the given space, filling it with sound. Jakub Knera