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|4.5 superb||dillydumdum | July 30th 09|
Perhaps a commentary on public space and environments, or maybe a stab at the mounting quantity of careerists in a once “do it for the love of the music” music scene, Secret Mommy’s fourth release is an issue of recreational activity. As a tennis ball collides with a racket, or a wet arm makes contact with the water of a public pool, the sound scurries, is plucked from the air, and is ground into granules to be reassembled into skittering, playful morsels of joyous noise.
Very Rec brings to light specific sounds that may otherwise be taken for granted as mere environmental residue – the crisp tear of scissors cutting construction paper, or the swish of an ice skate on ice. These are pocketed and enjoyed, either untouched or as a starting point for digital manipulation. Therefore, focus is on the clatter of activities - clatter that would otherwise be brushed off as merely a consequence of something greater, the activity itself.
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