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  • Mimesis - Art Imating Life News & Review..

    13 Aug 2007, 07:15 by psyharmonics

    Mimesis is a new recording project featuring the poetic words and voice of one of Australia's most prominent singer/song writers, artist]steve kilbey (The Church) and the stunning complex ambient music of Melbourne based producer Simon Polinski (Hesius Dome/Ornament) along with Colin Berwick (Big Country), David Abiuso (Victorian State Orchestra) and guest musicians, Geoffrey Hales (Rip Van Hippy), Ollie Olsen & John Kilbey.


    Review

    Mimesis is a concept album of sorts yet the concept isn't as clear-cut as to be easily definable. In fact it's possible that you need the full six sprawling tracks to even begin to understand it, and even then you may experience some difficulty. It doesn't help that the music itself is quite difficult to nail down. It feels equal parts ambient atmospheres, new age, spoken word or talking book. Perhaps a major reason for its elusiveness lies in the mix, as the music and the vocals feel equally as important – perhaps due to the collaborative nature of the project. …
  • Mimesis - Art Imating Life News & Review..

    13 Aug 2007, 07:15 by psyharmonics

    Mimesis is a new recording project featuring the poetic words and voice of one of Australia's most prominent singer/song writers, artist]steve kilbey (The Church) and the stunning complex ambient music of Melbourne based producer Simon Polinski (Hesius Dome/Ornament) along with Colin Berwick (Big Country), David Abiuso (Victorian State Orchestra) and guest musicians, Geoffrey Hales (Rip Van Hippy), Ollie Olsen & John Kilbey.


    Review

    Mimesis is a concept album of sorts yet the concept isn't as clear-cut as to be easily definable. In fact it's possible that you need the full six sprawling tracks to even begin to understand it, and even then you may experience some difficulty. It doesn't help that the music itself is quite difficult to nail down. It feels equal parts ambient atmospheres, new age, spoken word or talking book. Perhaps a major reason for its elusiveness lies in the mix, as the music and the vocals feel equally as important – perhaps due to the collaborative nature of the project. …
  • Mimesis - Art Imating Life News & Review..

    13 Aug 2007, 07:15 by psyharmonics

    Mimesis is a new recording project featuring the poetic words and voice of one of Australia's most prominent singer/song writers, artist]steve kilbey (The Church) and the stunning complex ambient music of Melbourne based producer Simon Polinski (Hesius Dome/Ornament) along with Colin Berwick (Big Country), David Abiuso (Victorian State Orchestra) and guest musicians, Geoffrey Hales (Rip Van Hippy), Ollie Olsen & John Kilbey.


    Review

    Mimesis is a concept album of sorts yet the concept isn't as clear-cut as to be easily definable. In fact it's possible that you need the full six sprawling tracks to even begin to understand it, and even then you may experience some difficulty. It doesn't help that the music itself is quite difficult to nail down. It feels equal parts ambient atmospheres, new age, spoken word or talking book. Perhaps a major reason for its elusiveness lies in the mix, as the music and the vocals feel equally as important – perhaps due to the collaborative nature of the project. …
  • Mimesis - Art Imating Life News & Review..

    13 Aug 2007, 07:15 by psyharmonics

    Mimesis is a new recording project featuring the poetic words and voice of one of Australia's most prominent singer/song writers, artist]steve kilbey (The Church) and the stunning complex ambient music of Melbourne based producer Simon Polinski (Hesius Dome/Ornament) along with Colin Berwick (Big Country), David Abiuso (Victorian State Orchestra) and guest musicians, Geoffrey Hales (Rip Van Hippy), Ollie Olsen & John Kilbey.


    Review

    Mimesis is a concept album of sorts yet the concept isn't as clear-cut as to be easily definable. In fact it's possible that you need the full six sprawling tracks to even begin to understand it, and even then you may experience some difficulty. It doesn't help that the music itself is quite difficult to nail down. It feels equal parts ambient atmospheres, new age, spoken word or talking book. Perhaps a major reason for its elusiveness lies in the mix, as the music and the vocals feel equally as important – perhaps due to the collaborative nature of the project. …