"National Theater & Jetzt Musik Festival has been doing an amazing job at combining electronic music and other art forms as represented by the institutions in Mannheim. In March 2012 the deep sounds from the Spanish duo Pulshar and readings of texts by contemporary authors created an imaginary map of migration routes from Africa to Spain and further on into the cities of Germany. An evening that deals with the other side of globalization, the Europe of borders and the darkness of the sea. The text was read in German and Spanish language.
It is emotional music, loaded with images, that interacts with the listener. Perhaps the term “program music” or “descriptive music” adjusts better to the album than “ambient music”, since it is a type of music composed especially for a series of texts that transport us to a specific place and characters. At the same time it is music that keeps it’s autonomy, it can be enjoyed without the plot or without being present in the theatre, given its evocative personality."
released March 30, 2012
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