|Artist:||Bischoff, John||Added:||Dec 2003|
|Add Date:||2004-03-08||Pull Date:||2004-05-10||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Apr 25||Mar 21||Mar 14|
|1.||Feb 04, 2015:||minimum entropy (day of noise preview)
|4.||Apr 18, 2004:||rust belt
|2.||Aug 30, 2014:||Music Casserole
|5.||Mar 17, 2004:||Stirling's Approximation
|3.||Nov 10, 2006:||Memory Select
|6.||Mar 12, 2004:||Memory Select
1.***Piano 7hz 10:19 Thick textures and colors. Processed piano chords. Snapshot views abruptly moving between and returning to multiple worlds.
2.Interlude 7:01 Begins with series of clicks and clacks with long transitions. Multiple overlapping of scenes.
3.Graviton 7:33 Abrupt raspy textures with long slow transitions. Some deep sub-harmonic effects.
4.Immaterial States 9:32 Begins with low clean tones and slowly builds up speed, texture and tension over the first 7 minutes. The composition then begins to unwind, slow down and return to clean tones. An actual beginning, middle and end.
5.***Override 3:52 Non-rhythmic percussive rich bits. Some processed vocals. Good range of Bischoff, and under 4 mins.
6.Sealed Cantus 8:12 A collaboration with Kenneth Atchley. The densest track on the cd. Less structure and snapshot scenes as in other works.
7.***Aperture 6:30 Begins with long clean lingering overlapping patches. Textures and richness of the patches build but the overall composition remains simple.
Steve Reyes 2/23/04
|1.||Piano 7HZ||4.||Immaterial States|