|1.||"Mnemonics III" (17:20)|
|1.||"V Of IV" (14:17)|
|1.||"Time Perspectives" (19:20)|
|1.||"Once Again/Buchla Piece" (19:22)|
Pauline Oliveros might be the very reason why you're still listening to electronics on cassette in 2018. The American singer, composer and author began to experiment way back in the 1960s and, until her death in 2016, she had not stopped doing so. Belgium's Sub Rosa have decided to put together a little collection of her most daring work between the years 1959-1966 a period when the artist was clearly on an exploratory tip. It's incredible to hear how little others have done to take this even further; Oliveros' style was already futureproof back then, and we hear little else that goes much further than this in terms of freedom and vision. If you're fans of 'ambient' or 'drone' then look no further than this.
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