The Breeze Blowing Over Us’ began with a recording of a box fan in the bedroom window of my loft in Seattle. I recorded it during the first weekend my partner and I spent together in the summer of 2008.
The technique I was exploring at the time was to transform a single environmental recording—through digital processing—into a bank of recordings. I would then use these iterations of the original to construct and compose the entire album. My intent was to use these iterative recordings as an opportunity to meditate on the original experience and infuse some of that emotion and sentiment into the final piece.
It was not the first time I attempted this, but it became one of the most meaningful. In this case, the original recording marked our first weekend together and by the time it was finished and released in spring 2009, we were living together in Los Angeles.
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I really appreciate all these music inspired by Eliane Radigue (a lot has been published during the last years) and this one is not an exception! Echoing musical feelings in a very wordy viral world is probably something as simple as dealing with our humanity! Thanks Lawrence for that! Wenchang Wang
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Terrific immersive listen. I didn't want either piece to end - I often feel this way with Yann Novak's music. I like the intention - calming - that has driven this release. These are such unsettling times. This guy has put loads of his excellent material out there effectively for free so a great chance to say thanks for that, and this, and look after yourself. kralin