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- The Beauty Inside by Dustin O Halloran
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OK here’s a soundtrack to a bizarre sounding project by Intel and Toshiba. ‘The Beauty Inside’ is a social film in 6 episodes where everyone in the audience has a chance to play the lead role. It sounds well whacked out and I’ve no idea how that works. Still, it won awards and here’s the accompanying noise by neo-classical dude Dustin O'Halloran.
The album opens with some nice cosmic synths before quickly heading off into more emotive classical film score territory. Dustin certainly knows his way around a piano. There are some lush sounding tracks on here which will appeal to fans of Max Richter and Nils Frahm. It’s unusually uplifting in a sombre way which I didn’t think was possible. The pieces are sparse and beautifully orchestrated whilst having a dreamy quality to them. Creamy.
When ‘Home’ came on with its lolling piano rhythms ala Yann Tiersen and its heartfelt melody I had to go and check what track it was. Lo and behold it’s a short album clocking in at just 18 minutes. But it’s chocka with divine ear candy that do the melty thing. Lovely stuff
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