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Mantra of Walls and Wiring

Mantra of Walls and Wiring

Mantra of Walls and Wiring


About the show

Playing tracks by

Stephen Phillips, Arve Henriksen, Scanner, Austere, Alp Fridge and more.


As you can read from the titles, this mix thematically deals with the sound you can hear in your living environment; the 'everyday hum' surrounding you.

I got inspired for this theme when I listened to a slowly fading ambient-cd...and finally realised the cd had already stopped for quite a while and I was oviously listening to (and enjoying) the hum of my own refrigerator!
Since then the household environmental sounds do not disturb me anymore...they became part of the music I'm playing.

Starting point of this mix is the text Paul Simon wrote for Philip Glass's 'Changing Opinion' ('Songs from Liquid Days'), featured here in an extremely 'deconstructed' version.


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