Working in a new studio and adapting to a mass arsenal of new instrumentation, "Thirty-Three Minutes Of Hide & Seek" showcases the underlying frantic energy of Pareidolia - a high voltage, syncopated mad house of circuits connecting and melodies dancing across sonic tapestries.
Pareidolia's second official release, "Thirty-Three Minutes" represents a 'sound check' between the orchestral experimentation of 2008's "Untitled I" and the upcoming release of "Canvas", a multimedia collaboration between Janice Kopling and the Pareidolia team.
New techniques and ideas that were created for "Canvas" but were eventually scrapped come into their full form in a dizzying display of not only musical experimentation but audio reinvention. Focus finds foothold here amongst the madness in the sporadic fluctuation of a transmitted signal, the response of a room, the speed of a rotary speaker, and the silence of space. The lines between music and noise always seem hardest to define.
released November 23, 2010
All songs written by Pareidolia
© 2010 Blue Shutters/Broken Windows Music
dedicated to Thea Rose.
Pareidolia is Jordan Daniel
With help from
Alexander Marble and his marvelous echo harp
Dustin & Zachary Gluvna for E&C development
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