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The Refined Fictions of White Noise

Spatial ambience by Kamakura-based Michiru Aoyama

The four minutes of “Www” by Michiru Aoyama barely surface above the level of white noise. There is the constant dead-signal churn of nano-particulate sound, a cloud of tiny brittle things made soft through motion and spaciousness. Within them exists a deep, breath-like hum. Perhaps it is the wind that moves them. Perhaps it is the result of their motion. Perhaps it is some entity they mask. Perhaps it is the entity they become when grouped en masse. Whatever the fiction, the result is an encompassing sonic space.

Track originally posted at soundcloud.com/michiru-aoyama. Aoyama is based in Kamakura, Japan. More from Aoyama at his accounts on jimdo.com, facebook.com, and bandcamp.com.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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