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Corey Larkin ain't fucking about. He's into some serious minimalism. Here he presents an improvised piece split into four movements clocking in at an hour and seventeen minutes. These improvisations are inspired by a field recording made on the subway with Larkin reinterpreting the isolated sounds of metal on metal using a number of metallic instruments like bells, bowls and gongs, all bowed to cr ...

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Pnomoneya by Corey Larkin
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 18 November 2010

Corey Larkin ain't fucking about. He's into some serious minimalism. Here he presents an improvised piece split into four movements clocking in at an hour and seventeen minutes. These improvisations are inspired by a field recording made on the subway with Larkin reinterpreting the isolated sounds of metal on metal using a number of metallic instruments like bells, bowls and gongs, all bowed to create a mass super drone of epically minimal proportions. As you can imagine, there's not much going on here but if you have the time and patience to get involved you'll be rewarded with a meditative treat of ambient proportions. I guess the point is to dwell on the drone to the extent that the minute subtleties of the piece take hold. Probably best listened to (and reviewed) on headphones as a way of shutting any outside stimuli, like a load of bald blokes filing away records, tapping on keyboards and messing about with packing tape. I'm ten minutes in... I gotta stop now and move on.


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