AMN Reviews: France Jobin – The Illusion of Infinitisemal (Baskaru)

If you put music to images of cells as seen under a super-resolution microscope (like these), this is what it might sound like. France Jobin (aka i8u) composes the barely seen into the barely heard. The three pieces on The Illusion of Infinitisemal are each petite, graceful, moiré patterns constantly in flux and very, very quiet. Unlike the microscope, you can only amplify so far. Though grouped under three titles, each track is in fact a cluster of ambient narrative miniatures. Revolving slowly, expanding infinitely outward and metastasizing benignly into something entirely unheard-of, as long as you listen closely.

http://www.baskaru.com/karu27.htm

Stephen Fruitman

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