some of the sounds in there literally sound like when you ram a pole or something like that into a frozen canal/lake, that hollow oinky sound the ice makes.Amber's very cold and wintry, despite the beach cover;
i knew this is how Dutch people amuse themselves all through wintersome of the sounds in there literally sound like when you ram a pole or something like that into a frozen canal/lake, that hollow oinky sound the ice makes.
do you listen to a lot of music that makes you feel uncomfortable?Amber's very cold and wintry, despite the beach cover;
i know what you were thinking!Oh sorry I thought this was the shit on autechre game
There's an artist called Dragan Bibin who does paintings with a similar effect,Uncomfortable isn't the right word. They both have an eeriness I find enticing, like seeing a dark wood and part of you wanting to go into it and see what it's like and part of you wanting to stay well away.
It's the same feeling I've talked about when we've discussed "liminal spaces" and when I made that thread about the uncanny. I like vague, unresolved things that suggest something you can't quite grasp, hence why I like writers like DeLillo and Beckett, also those short stories of M. John Harrison's I recently read.
hate that bit of the album lolThe Infamous is interesting because I think of it as a cold album, but there's that stretch in the middle from 'Give Up the Goods' through to 'Trife Life' which sounds like summer then it dips back into winter with 'Q.U. - Hectic' and stays there for the rest of the album.