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Monday, April 29, 2013

12 O'Clock Track: The minimalism of Eluvium's "Entendre"

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Made only of piano, today's 12 O'Clock Track is "Entendre," from the upcoming Eluvium album, Nightmare Ending (out May 14 on Temporary Residence). On the instrumental composition, Eluvium (aka Matthew Cooper) keeps the minimal piano lines stark and choppy, appearing to occasionally make the ascending-and-descending notes fall out of rhythm with one another—which in turn makes the track seem that much more delicate and carefully stitched together. This is what truly lonesome music sounds like—the kind that makes you wish there was a dog around to pay you the slightest bit of attention.

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