It juxtaposes computer-generated moving images with slithering, liquid synths. A psychotopography, detailing specific aspects of an inner meltdown. Shock Frontier — Tumult Shock Frontier continues the anamnesis of apprehending this world.
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Tension in the air, human order still prevails in the environment of rebirth, this new existence is not going to be peaceful. Are the visitors having enough? Amid the foreign takeover, Vietnamese life remained rooted in the extended family, village life, reverence for the land, and Confucian and Buddhist beliefs and practices, in the main.
The tracks on Replica can be thought of as mnemonic devices, artificial memory aids that isolate brief yet persuasive pieces of information such as the gulp in a soda advertisement and the snippet from a military chant. In my opinion, the Vietnam War was not in the American interest. Bruce Catton's Reflections on the Civil War is the magisterial summary of a great historian who thought deeply on the Civil War and its meaning over the course of a lifetime.
The album finds Lopatin designing a cloud of free-floating and angular electronic sounds that neither stimulate an auditory nostalgia nor conjure a futuristic soundscape.
So, this is the very texture of the darkness that we all have to deal with? It was a big mistake. In order to begin to examine the live performances and audio-visual releases of Oneohtrix Point Never, it is essential to first discuss his audio work separately, independently from the visual accompaniment it is coupled with in live settings and DVD releases.
In Julyinternational peace agreements were signed in Geneva, stipulating that Vietnam be temporarily divided for two years in order to separate French and Viet Minh forces, and that unifying national elections be held in July The United States refused to sign or abide by the agreements.