Petit, Philippe / Multicoloured Shadows
Album: Multicoloured Shadows   Collection:General
Artist:Petit, Philippe   Added:Oct 2015
Label:Aagoo Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2015-11-15 Pull Date: 2016-01-17 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Jan 17 Jan 3 Dec 27 Dec 20 Dec 6 Nov 29 Nov 22
Airplays: 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Oct 23, 2021: Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Dec 20, 2015)
Tidbinbilla Sanctuary Pt 2
4. Jan 12, 2016: The Off-Beat Generation
Pyramid Of The Moon
2. Oct 09, 2021: Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Dec 19, 2015)
5. Jan 02, 2016: BravoMarco Variety Show
3. Mar 13, 2018: Waste FM
6. Dec 20, 2015: Music Casserole
Tidbinbilla Sanctuary Pt 2

Album Review
Reviewed 2015-11-11
Philippe Petit is a French artist who calls himself a "musical travel agent" rather than a composer. This album sounds a lot like a futuristic aquatic planet video game soundtrack. It's got synths, lasers, distortion, piano, organs, echos, some guitar, and vibes, and he uses something called an Electric Psalterion and a Hackbrett Cymbalum. FCC Clear. Recommended Tracks: 1, 4

*1. Yourselfosophy (14:16) Sounds like a nightmare in outerspace/alien invasion kind of stuff, tons of distortion at around 4:15, and then gets to some experimental eerie electronic stuff

2. Pyramid of the Moon (8:00) very trippy/dynamic waves, echoy vocals, some kind of psychedelic wind ritual conducted underwater kind of sounding, from 5:00 on it sounds like a haunted submarine that’s slowly sinking

3. Tibdinbilla Sanctuary, Pt. 1 (7:19) starts out with a piano key and then some outerspace lasers, most of this song is very synthy

**4. Tibdinbilla Sanctuary, Pt. 1(14:46) starts out a bit dark but then three minutes in it gets very fun, and sounds a bit like a video game set in an aquatic planet, then it progressively obscures, sounds of an organ and some tapping

Track Listing
1. Yourselfosophy   3. Tidbinbilla Sanctuary Pt 1
2. Pyramid Of The Moon   4. Tidbinbilla Sanctuary Pt 2