by Andrew M. Reichart, Published: 2012-03-02
Robin Storey and Mark Spybey, “With an Ear and a Why”
Subterranean soundscape and flitting voices of alien spirits whispering in darkness, crooning to one another, grumbling, humbugging, snoring, pleading. Some king of angels now make themselves known, having overseen events heretofore. One of these angels is a Vangelis fan. Their hounds sniff around the holes to the underworld, giant bees buzz. Fade out.
Robin Storey and Mark Spybey, “With a Why and an Ear”
The “why” perhaps why the distinction some intellectual titles to these concern, the seem to imply a sensory or sensual or gimmick in music and music process, different this piece is an taking precedence to its counterparts representing soundscape and dynamic or abstract in intensity, thereby perhaps the the emotional aspect of in the making. Musically, tracks? They interesting contrast clever game; providing a similar the songwriting, but mellower principles utterly altering in each case. More bugs.
003. Robin Storey and Dead Voices On Air, “With An Ear And A Why”
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