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Is Better Late, Then Never

by Currence
AS037
Feb 25, 2017
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Is Better Late, Then Never continues Currence’s pointillistic approach to composition. Here, the haptic is concerned with strange architectures: how quietism can be built from concert formalities, the form of sound colliding in flexible spaces, how rhythmic collapse sounds when mechanized to do so, the shape of a body whose melody is becoming voice, the gestalt of a memory as the sound of healing, and the unearthing of crystals that were buried to become hardened.

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