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Salt Mine MP3

Here’s some salt that’s good for the diet. The listening diet, that is. The latest raw field recording from the netlabel is a 20-minute exercise in cavern tourism. The recording was made in the Salina Praid salt mine, located in rural Romania. The entry’s title, “Subterranean Salt Echoes,” notes its most telling feature and richest attraction, a voluminous sense of space that takes all but the most adjacent conversation and transforms it into audio as swollen as a wet sponge (MP3). More info on the locale at

By Marc Weidenbaum

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