The back cover cryptically reads "simplistic assumptions about a reduction of measurable standards and a drive towards musical (read technical) virtuosity. The ability to make one simple sound have a devastating aural and emotional impact is undervalued (attacked) because 'anyone could' (in theory) 'do it'. Thus it undervalues expertise."-Iamasblankasafart. Indeed, Dorgon has done just that through his career, but any attempt to characterize his work will inevitably fail as he shifts from idea to idea. This release is a 45 minute track that restructures and loops the work of Tibetan or Balinese artists (no source is given), a track that deceptively attacks over and over again. It is an intense piece of clangorous callings and deep horns, a violent and groaning work that simply cuts off at the end. Of course Dorgon would 'do it'...
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