Plateaux of Mirror.

As always, I’m hesitant to post music of any kind on here, but, again, I would find it hard to disagree with the notion that ambient work like this, from Eno and Budd, wouldn’t be popular in the “Atomic Future”. It’s almost avant-garde background clicks, highly processed, yet still analog, sounds and elemental piano work make it a perfect fit to a world where aesthetics and design matter just as much as function and everyone’s eyes were pointed to the sky, at the universe in front of them.

~ by arielviews on May 4, 2010.

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