This is really good like I honestly think it's my album of the year.
You think that because you don't listen to any actual classical music, poser.
I listen to tons of classical music.
Arvo Part is probably my favorite contemporary classical composer. His stabat mater is probably the most powerful pieces of music to be released in the last three decades. I also listen to Ligeti, Bach, Xenakis, Paul von Westhoff, Satie, Beethoven, Wagner, Liszt, Schumann and many more.
I feel as though the image you posted was created by a hopelessly depressive individual clawing out for only the most fleeting glimpses of superiority to mask his utterly hopeless insecurities about his own taste, life meaning and probably sexuality.
>hopelessly depressive individual clawing out for only the most fleeting glimpses of superiority to mask his utterly hopeless insecurities about his own taste, life meaning and probably sexuality.
d-damn... he got me
I have. I found out about him from the Rover soundtrack and have listened to most of the stuff he's made. He's great. I love how he's influenced by drone and brings it into these walls of noise that feel so raw and alive. It may have something to do with the fact that you can hear him wheezing as he takes in his breath.
It's amazingly hypnotic. Combining him with Sarah Neufeld reminded me a lot of the Tony Conrad and Faust collaboration.
If you're not yet familiar with Stetson earlier work, check out Colin Stetson - New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges
You'll love it. I don't have download link atm, but it should be easy to find.