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Wednesday
Jul222015

Anna Meredith: Nautilus, 2012

Something about this wall of sound inspires this kind of prose:  TheAndrewc5120's YouTube comment — everytime i listen to this song it surprises me. it's so aggressive and monstrous. it makes me think of the most intense, insane movie trailer ever. like something that you can't even imagine. bombs going off. colors everywhere. people yelling with everything they have in their bodies. until blood fills their lungs and starts pouring out of their eyes and ears and mouth. and then they metamorphose into humanoid butterfly monsters that can shatter plains of existence in a single stroke of their infinitely coloured wings.and they do. and all we can do is watch. and listen.

For some reason both the music and the video make me feel so optimistic.

I'm sure this won't last.

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