Tuesday, July 19, 2011
David Silvian has had a great number of avant-guarde and esoteric collaborations since his days in the Glam Rock group "Japan". His solo projects are varied in their emotional content. His maturity as an artist has had a proper period of gestation and he brings a certain quality of truth to his musicwithout fear of how it might be percieved.
With Blemish, Sylvian crooning voice seems to wander aimless and introspective in an eerie landscape of desolation. Noise and electric guitar drones become dunes and jagged rocks. The album is open, well done and quite soothing.
Download the title track off Blemish by David Sylvian
music Blanton Projects popular culture Reviews poetry technology culture experimental Blanton Rant Blanton's Pedegogy Music Business animation film Americana composition Influential Art History Blanton Ross CalArts Economics Los Angeles Random Musings free thinking Audio Engineering Blanton's Musings Fashion Production Tripp Nestor behavior communication community creativity digital art electronic music folk history humor interactive politics positivity recording science Authority Contemporary Art Dance Farming Photography Pop Art Religion acoustic art language noise random remixing media society street art Anarchy Blanton Musings California Design Fesitval Joshua Tree Lifestyle London Native American Programming Sound Subculture Synthesis The Beatles Weather anatomy animals blogs celebrity counter culture country evolution festival holiday how to get girls live music live performance mating old footage origin photos rain rebellion space time