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THE SENJA RECORDINGS

Biosphere

 

Progressive Electronic

4.02 | 4 ratings

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admireArt
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4 stars A precisely timed 17 tracks album, with the same kind of concept and in the same kind of tenor as his The Hilvarenbeek Recordings (2018), Geir Jenssen aka BIOSPHERE makes it work out and worth your while on this one.

This time his field recordings are not just field recordings with some subtle decorations. Adding his solid yet ethereal electronic music expertise he blends deep and wisely into these field recordings and comes up with strangely beautiful, profound, enticing, meditative & poetic soundscapes which stand as both great recordings of natural environments alongside his own human sonic imprint in a perfectly threaded mix.

Of course he is not the first one to do so, I mean this kind of fire started way back in time and more than one has given us masterpieces. All it takes is to own a unique musical language and a great sense of artistry, from there your creativity and focus will take care of the ride...

Well, Geir Jenssen does that and delivers after some forgettable releases, another great 4.5 stars work with all the attributes he possess and takes it up a notch in this kind of playgrounds with his very personal way of music expression.

admireArt | 4/5 |

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