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The Necks - Vertigo (2015)

18-09-2015, 10:48
Music | Jazz | Ambient | FLAC / APE

The Necks - Vertigo (2015)

Artist: The Necks
Title Of Album: Vertigo
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Fish Of Milk
Genre: Jazz, Ambient, Experimental
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 43:56 min
Total Size: 101 / 252 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Vertigo (43:56)

This is The Necks 18th album. While most ensembles are driven by personalities, the Necks are powered by an idea. A very large and simple idea - which now seems completely obvious…. but only because the Necks thought of it and made it work. Now their pleasure (and ours) is sequentially to re-imagine and explore that idea - the prime directive of which seems to be to be that each unfolding step and every passing detail of any performance be allowed to evolve organically out of the musical conditions established at its moment of departure. In other words, we are in the territory of chaos and catastrophe theory; of hurricanes and butterfly wings… And, since one can never step into the same river twice, each beginning has led to wildly unpredictable and variant outcomes; imperceptibly: you never hear the changes until somehow they have already happened. "We end up", Lloyd Swanton writes, "in a very different place from whatever our initial notion … had been." In the case of Vertigo, we are dropped straight into an almost Feldmanesque musical universe, in which sounds - seemingly disconnected - are already there; creating space rather than inhabiting it. Then, without trying, they mutate. Not mechanically and not according to any pre-determined process - because it's always clear that what we hear is being played by human beings; that it's music. A special kind of music that is not pushy or demanding or demonstrative, but rather co-operative, spatial, ambiguous. A music that leaves room for its listeners.
SPIN nominated their last CD, Open, 'the most beautiful album of the year.'
And The New York Times said::"….they've moved toward their own kind of collectively intuitive, process-oriented minimalism. It frustrates our pattern-recognizing abilities, our need for emotional engagement, our desire for payoff. The music does grow intense, but that's not the point. It does proceed through changes that sound logical, but that's not the point, either." (Ben Ratliff)

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Nick Cave   User offline   18 September 2015 13:41

Muchas Gracias !!!!

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gibheid   User offline   18 September 2015 15:42

Thanks sddd.

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