MICHEL REDOLFI-NAUSICAA-BANDE ORIGINALE DE L'EXPOSITION, CD, 1991, FRANCE MP3/Flac


Following up on my recent post of his extraordinary Jungle CD, here's another bout of glistening mystery sonics from this French electronic musician best known for his underwater concerts and their associated albums on Ina-GRM and Hat Hut. It's a theme that continues to be echoed here, though the sub-aquatic concerns at hand (from some sorta aquatic themed installation) seems to be oceans rather than pools. These are both amongst the most glassily digital sounding of Redolfi's recordings and also the ones that stray closest to New Age-y territory, but there's enough filtered and tonally shaded peculiarity to even the most tranquil bits that keeps it all in check, while the alternately gassy and fizzy minimalist expanses of tracks like Traversee Des Abysses and Observatoire Des Crustaces seem to inadvertently anticipate isolationist music.

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