My Personal Hell [l1mbo central] [LP]

by iky iky

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"Deep in the recesses of the underground is work so evocative that the review by the youthful noise enthusiast and ambient connoisseur could not hope to articulate it. Perhaps I can help bring light to where these sounds might be coming from and why they deserve your time and ears, but words cannot touch the language of true art with soul, just as a soul cannot be touched by the flesh and yet needs the body to be anything more than the change of vapid stone through unseen time. If you listen closely to this album, then you will enjoy the luxury of listening to a language that you cannot speak, and yet you can understand. The speaker of the language can evoke emotions within your breast and communicate a message that all deep listeners can share in a vague sort of approximate way, but yet nobody who bears witness knows where the utterance roots from. You have never heard such phonation, and yet it moves you like a poem in your native mother tongue. I say this to extenuate my main point about this album, which I try to convey pettily with meager teenage english; this album is pure poetry, plain and simple. Abstract but with underlying form, as if listening to a language you do not understand. And yet, one does not need to understand the language proclaimed by an operatic maestro. The love and anxiety in such a song helplessly spews forth. The love and anxiety of one of my heroes iky iky (Laetitia Schteinberg) is an expertly crafted language that forces its way into our ears so ardently as to overwhelm us. An artist deeply tormented by the powers that be, her immense soundscapes will move you and put you on parallel with her most personal emotions, tortured and yet beautiful. We share in the sonic temple of her solace and contemplate life within her poetic sound stylings, so vocal and so mysterious like foreign tongue" - Dishdawash Arnett.

credits

released October 1, 2012

synth, samples, production: Laetitia Schteinberg
samples: The Implicit Order (third track)
samples: The ERNIE 4 (fifth track)
photography: sxc.hu

"The Sorrows of Young Werther": bit.ly/Mf8lLj
"A New Song for Old Theatres": bit.ly/KnzBEa
"Cracks Appear": bit.ly/KTkPDa
"I Know Where Syd Barrett Lived": bit.ly/LFGIY9
"Andreas N°14": bit.ly/MSYz3d
"Underground X-treme Part 10": bit.ly/MJ7D5F
"What About Future?": bit.ly/QdLFcH
"A Documentary...": bit.ly/Q1vfVI
"Musique Concrète Volume 4: The Art of Sound": bit.ly/UDUajQ
"Sound Interpretations: Dedication To William Gibson": bit.ly/T3PdjG

Fourth track was originally intended for "Everything is Impossible".
Fifth track was originally intended for "Remixes of The ERNIE 4".
Sixth track is a tribute to Syd Barrett.
Ninth track was originally intended for "Stop SOPA".

More info: schteinberg.com

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