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Saturday, 13 September 2008 08:10

Weirdo Music, drip drip drip

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Music For The Williamson Tunnels: A Collection Of The Sound Of Dripping Water 

As Brian Eno made music for environments rather than from them (Music For Airports) these CDs are best listened to within the strange damp world of the Williamson Tunnels in Liverpool. The ceilings of these caverns are thin and the sound of dripping water can frequently be heard, but not necessarily seen. It is a sound that has intrigued artists for nigh on a century and this collection brings together historical pieces alongside new compositions from artists who have expanded that first single drip:  Link

Weirdo Music, drip drip drip 

Based in Heerlen in the Netherlands, artist Marco Kalnenek has contributed this track originally recorded in 2004 for the water, wind and sails compilation under the nom-de-plume Weirdomusic.  

 

 

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