review: OAKE – Left Already / Erajh Nur Dwfa

this is nothing for your laptop speakers, because you will only hear half of the song (see below)

the denial of spoken language is a holy tradition in techno

the human voice is not limited to speaking, it may scream, it may hum, it may sing without words, and it still remains human

when voice and instruments appear together we as humans immediately make the distinction into a two-part structure. this is just the start of the listening journey. so in this example this can mean to first recognize this distinction between human organ and machine organ and then go deeper, to understand the different instruments as an (programmed) “orchestra” that plays together in all tiny parts like the voice and the beat did

the comprehensible duet between bass and human voice is what makes this track incredibly beautiful.

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