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  • Writer's pictureMatthew Duffield

'Animal Carnival' Review on Fringes of Sound...


'Animal Carnival' by Tanti Aglaia, the second standalone longform track from the Romanian producer on See Blue Audio, reviewed by Laus Haur on the Fringes of Sound music blog covering the latest in independent experimental, ambient, noise, and other music that falls well outside the mainstream.


Another sonic passage through time and tempo, 'Animal Carnival' is a deeply immersive creation, even when it exudes an intriguing transience, and can be understood through two distinct rhythmic motifs. One embodies a feminine essence, elongated and graceful, while the other represents masculinity, concise and percussive. 'Animal Carnival’ takes on strange, beautiful, hypnotic and mysterious qualities, and we are reminded of our primal instincts and animalistic nature. Out now on See Blue Audio.



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