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1Musk Ox
Musk Ox


"Entre La Terre Et Le Ciel". It's funny; I was going to choose a BM song to express my mood, until I came across this track. This song is trve in every sense. Canadian neo classical folk artist Nathanael Larochette, of Musk Ox, manages to create an atmosphere of hope and depression in this 14:11 minute piece. Using a minimalistic-like approach, Nathanael inspirationally layers guitar lines in an un-overdone fashion. There is no "forced transitions" of any kind here, or any display of "I have good guitar skills", yet, this track is awe-inspiring with emotion. "Entre La Terre Et Le Ciel" starts with the sound of falling water as acoustic guitars gently pierce the already established atmosphere. This "perfect marriage's" counterparts realize something is missing in their relationship, so they add the occasional soft sounds of a wind-pipe, and even more sparingly, low-toned operatic "ah's". If you allow yourself to be consumed by this piece, you will realize the technical ability Nathanael possesses; the gift of bestowing raw, un-adulterated emotions to his listener's ears. Although it is a long song, I do encourage everyone to take the time and give this a proper listen so we can be "ear fuck buddies".
2Musk Ox
Musk Ox


"Entre La Terre Et Le Ciel". It's funny; I was going to choose a BM song to express my mood, until I came across this track. This song is trve in every sense. Canadian neo classical folk artist Nathanael Larochette, of Musk Ox, manages to create an atmosphere of hope and depression in this 14:11 minute piece. Using a minimalistic-like approach, Nathanael inspirationally layers guitar lines in an un-overdone fashion. There is no "forced transitions" of any kind here, or any display of "I have good guitar skills", yet, this track is awe-inspiring with emotion. "Entre La Terre Et Le Ciel" starts with the sound of falling water as acoustic guitars gently pierce the already established atmosphere. This "perfect marriage's" counterparts realize something is missing in their relationship, so they add the occasional soft sounds of a wind-pipe, and even more sparingly, low-toned operatic "ah's". If you allow yourself to be consumed by this piece, you will realize the technical ability Nathanael possesses; the gift of bestowing raw, un-adulterated emotions to his listener's ears. Although it is a long song, I do encourage everyone to take the time and give this a proper listen so we can be "ear fuck buddies".
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