Seth Cluett: Forms of Forgetting (Line, 2014)

August 1, 2014 at 9:16 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Seth Cluett: Forms of Forgetting

Seth Cluett: Forms of Forgetting

A slowly progressing, hour-long drone concerned with memory and attention. It fades in very slowly, with sharp, vibrating sine waves getting bigger and louder and slowly drifting from one frequency to another. I listened to this while falling asleep, and it ended up creating a sort of hallucinatory neon light show in my mind, as the sounds here bend in strange ways and take on different shapes and dimensions. There’s never too much going on at any given time, but what is happening is more than enough to focus your attention on, or trick your mind into seeing strange things when you’re being inattentive.

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