Hand in Hand

Félicia Atkinson - Hand in Hand
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May 4, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Shelter Press / Label
Ambient, Spoken Word / Genres
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A further progression into the unidentifiable regions of sound art for the French experimentalist as she casually finds ways to improve on the minimal intensity of her cryptic, literary spoken word passages as well as reach into new territories of hypnotizing the listener with the coldest of electroacoustic drones.

The future is most definitely here and it is as indeterminate as ever.

☆☆☆ — worthy
Felicia Atkinon's always interesting to follow output is translated into a direct flow from her last work, A Readymade Ceremony. While that record made use of her distinct, wild musical endeavour to talk about modern society and the "internet intellect", Hand in Hand sees the mysterious lady employing her obscurely poetic operatics in an even more abstract fashion, as Atkinson goes from one experimental trend to another, from field-recording cricket-like sounds to increasingly sparse ... read more
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Track List

  1. I'm Following You
  2. Valis
  3. Curious In Epidavros
  4. Adaptation Assez Facile
  5. Monstera Deliciosa
  6. Visnaga
  7. A House a Dance a Poem
  8. Hier Le Désert
  9. Vermillions
  10. No Fear But Anticipation
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Added on: May 10, 2017