Memorybell “Obsolete” Reviewed at Music Won’t Save You

[Translated from the original Italian via Google.]

An old piano and two microphones: it is enough, now, for musicians to navigate and young experimenters to create rich sound environments of a variety of different suggestions. In the case of Grant Hazard Outerbridge the concrete elaboration of the formula came to the valley of a thirty-year career and after an episode of transient amnesia, that moved him to reconsider his process of composition in an extremely minimal sense.

From what has taken shape the Memorybell project, alias under which the artist Colorado presents eight tracks of “Obsolete”, populated by resonant harmonies narcoleptic in a muffled and dusty space, which embody a well hauntologia piano bare-bones.

Music Won’t Save You

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