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Fair enough. This was made by Will Long in Tokyo as part of an installation of three speakers facing the centre of the room. Each speaker played a different part (high end or low end) which meant that the music should be perfectly mixed if you stood in the centre of the room. Now you can hear the whole thing on your very own CD player. 

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In the End You'll Just Disappear by Celer
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7/10 Clinton 04 July 2017


Advice please. How does one review a quiet Celer album whilst the rest of the office sit talking about slang words for penis? I literally have the volume to the highest point possible and I can still hear them waffling on. This is the quietest thing I have ever reviewed and it's going to be hard to give you a useful description other that listened to in a quiet and still room this will sound blissfully relaxing. It's 79 minutes worth of a barely there drone. If that is not enough for you then go on Celer's Bandcamp page and you can pick up a one hour forty five version.

But Will Long hasn't just written this music to frustrate people in loud rooms. It was originally part of an art installation in which three speakers were set facing the middle of the room so if you stood in the right place then you'd hear the music perfectly mixed. But what is perfect when it comes to such drones? Maybe that's the point. It has all the blissful isolation of Celer's other work....but even quieter. I want fingers on lips throughout. Not. A. Squeak. Then we might stand a chance of enjoying it. 


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