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Haruki is the working pseudonym of Boris Snauwaert, a composer and sound enthusiast residing in Gent, Belgium. He explains that 'To Humble a Nest' was created and influenced by the concept of changing environments, for example, walking through a city or landscape, using a combination of light and harsh tones (be it acoustic, digital, dirty, clean etc) to give the listener the impression of movemen ...

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To Humble A Nest by Haruki
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 23 December 2009
Haruki is the working pseudonym of Boris Snauwaert, a composer and sound enthusiast residing in Gent, Belgium. He explains that 'To Humble a Nest' was created and influenced by the concept of changing environments, for example, walking through a city or landscape, using a combination of light and harsh tones (be it acoustic, digital, dirty, clean etc) to give the listener the impression of movement and evolution. 'To Humble a Nest' shares alot in common with industrial soundtrack music due to it's humming, buzzing tones and reverberant tonal dins that are present throughout. Thankfully, surprises lurk around every corner, be it odd sonic outbursts or strange monotonal piano motifs, you are always kept on your toes. Droning strings and dramatic trumpets add depth to these compositions and leave me feeling tense, confused yet absorbed in the atmosphere. Tough work with a hangover but definitely worth a listen, 'To Humble a Nest' is a unique and strange beast.

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