Boron is back with an aid to help you tune out or fall asleep. In this age of static culture, where everything plays at once to produce a wash of static, this trip through the noise rainbow fits right in. Noise is not just noise, but comes in colors, each of which inhabits or creates its own non-space, neither linear nor circular. Though noise is not music and is rarely heard in nature, it has a rich, sculptural character presented for you here.
released November 17, 2015
"Un petit coup au carreau, comme si quelque chose l’avait heurté, suivi d’une ample chute légère comme de grains de sable qu’on eût laissé tomber d’une fenêtre au-dessus, puis la chute s’étendant, se réglant, adoptant un rythme, devenant fluide, sonore, musicale, innombrable, universelle : c’était la pluie."
“A little tap at the window, as though some missile had struck it, followed by a plentiful, falling sound, as light, though, as if a shower of sand were being sprinkled from a window overhead; then the fall spread, took on an order, a rhythm, became liquid, loud, drumming, musical, innumerable, universal. It was the rain.”
― Marcel Proust, Swann's Way
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