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CD: Tuusanuuskat - Nääksää nää mun kyyneleet | reviews, news & interviews

CD: Tuusanuuskat - Nääksää nää mun kyyneleet

CD: Tuusanuuskat - Nääksää nää mun kyyneleet

Get the week off to a good start with some Finnish psychedelic abstraction

Tuusanuuskat's 'Nääksää nää mun kyyneleet': 'All the fascination, all the exploration of chaos and control and deep archetypal patterns of a Kandinsky painting'
Abstract music will always be at a disadvantage compared to abstract art because of one thing: duration. It requires commitment and immersion, you can't sum it up at a glance, and when it stops it's gone until you go back to the start. Yet a record like this Finnish collaboration can have all the fascination, all the exploration of chaos and control and deep archetypal patterns of a Kandinsky painting or Hepworth bronze.
Abstract music will always be at a disadvantage compared to abstract art because of one thing: duration. It requires commitment and immersion, you can't sum it up at a glance, and when it stops it's gone until you go back to the start. Yet a record like this Finnish collaboration can have all the fascination, all the exploration of chaos and control and deep archetypal patterns of a Kandinsky painting or Hepworth bronze.
At times dissolution and the sheer scale of the detail opens up a real sense of the sublime

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