As a devoted fan of David's music these past five years, I'm saddened to hear that SamadhiSound will be closing its doors for good. Hopefully he finds joy in wherever his passions lead him as he moves forward. At any rate, I look forward to the final upcoming release of Hypergraphia. Also, very eloquently stated, @OrphicElysian; I share the same sentiments.
Нащет нового релиза (хорошо что это сайд а не новый альбом мэтра) - часовая шумовая нить и всяческие там атональные вибрации, как такое слушать - большой вопрос, лучше уж просто почитать поэтику Франца в переплете. Не обессудьте.
Franz Wright's harrowing poetry and the music works very well together. A great new composition. David and Fennesz are an amazing duo. I just wonder what happened to Stephan Mathieu's contribution to the Kilowatt Hour project. Did he have a falling out with David?
Take only a minute to mark as " flag of abuse " the static official images and to spread this between his friends. Before the accumulation of "harassments", the moderators will not have most option that to eliminate the above mentioned photos, already I it have seen in other sites and we can!
Do You Know Me Now? is a limited edition single that was released last August. The vinyl can be purchased on the Samadhisound website in addition to a digital download. The title track was recorded as part of an art installation by Phil Collins that David was invited to [url=http://www.davidsylvian.com/doyouknowmenow/information.html](full details)[/url]. Other than that, he's been performing live with The Kilowatt Hour at different venues in Italy over the past month. Stephan Mathieu explained [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjkXHYCxp9Q]in an interview (3:39)[/url] how there hasn't been any word regarding a new release under this collaboration, although considering that the project is still in its early stages, plans may change in the future. Personally, I would love to experience those performances myself in the form of a full-length album, similar to how Uncommon Deities was somewhat derived from an installation at Punkt.