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Today's slice: Lars Bröndum creates voluptuous skräckmusik

the Swedish Composer Lars Bröndum has long been one of our main elektroakustiker and received his phd with a thesis on clusters of Ligeti and Penderecki. Thus, the klangmolnseffekter that it reached a wide audience through the Kubrick film ”The shining”. Now Bröndum become their own skräckmästare on the eight tracks that influenced by writers like Edgar Allan Poe, Hart Crane, Anna Akhmatova, Clark Ashton Smith, the Marquis de Sade, Charles Baudelaire and the painter Goya.

terrible as the voluptuous music, where reality is transformed in a staggering way in the high tower, or in the bottomless caverns. For Bröndum pours not just know how important also the mastery is to obtain the voltage. To get vrålet from within the enclosed normal to be ejected with a crushing force.

Best tracks: ”When the sky is low and heavy”

Electroacoustic music

Lars Bröndum

”Chimera cadence”

(Lars Bröndum/Antennae Media)


Read more music reviews by Martin Nystrom, for example, how omtolkandet of Mozart will never end.

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