Egress

by Glitterbug

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1.
Vacuity 07:17
2.
Span 07:37
3.
Stagger 07:50
4.
Appraise 06:19
5.
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Till Rohman (Glitterbug) With a dark and magical release on False Industries. This Release will come with remixes from : The Sight Below and Tilman Ehrhorn

Egress is a work for string ensemble and electronics composed and recorded by Glitterbug, consisting of four chapters - Vacuity, Span, Stagger and Appraise. Continuing his notable cinematic approach and pushing it to its next level, Glitterbug unveils Egress as audible storytelling, similar to radio-play and audio drama scores, dealing with notions of escape, isolation, loss, mourning, and undefined fear.

The composition's thirty minutes are desolate and bare. They narrate an idea of a final, irreversible departure, presenting a soundtrack travelling through vacuous territories and hollow drifts. It narrates a void of inhabitable space, documenting the emotionality of the sound of a world post society, of a future in an unknown and possibly hostile place. Egress is formed by a reduced musical structure, built upon discerning tonal subtleties, suspended single notes, and harmonics going slowly atonal.

(Note to the listener: As the work explores wide ranges of sound and tone, a decent stereo system or high quality headphones are required to fully experience the work, as computer or laptop speakers will obliterate vast parts of its frequency range.)

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released February 2, 2012

Artwork by Tuvia Kudashevich
Photograph by Ronnie Shandar
Mastered by Manes at Salz-Mastering

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