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The record is named after Trinh T. Minh-ha 's documentary film of the same namesince both works observe Mimesis - Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage (File) subject matter without showing meaning to it. Reassemblage uses Doran's "fourth Mimesis - Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage (File) Japan" music structure similar to the "fourth world" concept of composer Jon Hassellwhere virtual replications of acoustic instruments specific to nations all across the globe are played together to create a virtual world.

The combinations of these sounds lead to discombobulated situations to the point where the Softly As A Morning Sunrise - Larry Young - The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Larry Young of the sounds are unknown and all of the sonic textures "end up sounding like something else.

Its cover art was created by digital installation artist Brenna Murphy, who was also responsible for creating the record's three music videos and visual environments. The album garnered generally favorable reviews from music journaliststhe most positive reviews praising its unique sound. In making an uncanny sound for ReassemblageVisible Cloak used complex audio production methods.

Finlayson also labeled Reassemblage 's use of voices to be an essential part of the album. Quivering sounds then come into the track which, according to Finlayson, are either meant to be synthesizer patches intended to only sound like human voices or a vocoder robot.

Tiny Mix Tapes critic Michael J. He suggests that the album's focus is more on Mimesis - Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage (File) the sounds develop into a track rather the sounds themselves, which is impossible to figure out and "something hard to derive from a naive engagement with it": "I can perceive no internal or internalized necessity to what happens. Reassemblage uses a method similar to Vietnamese filmmaker Trinh T.

Minh-ha 's documentary film that it is named after, where it perceives music cultures from around the globe without giving any meaning to it. Doran described "fourth world Japan" as a more varied and abstract version of Hassell's concept; unlike Hassell's works which were singular and dull, Reassemblage contains sounds from different world cultures and styles that come together to create a discombobulated situation to the point where the source of the sounds are unknown and all of the sonic textures "end up sounding like something else.

Finlayson, reviewing for Resident Advisorawarded Reassemblage the "Resident Advisor Recommends" label, calling the LP the best work using digital software to create experimental and abstract Fight Back - Strawberry Blondes - New Revolution. Beta especially spotlighted Visible Cloaks' use of early digital sounds that was very unusual from most vaporwave releases and works in the style of Daniel Lopatin, James Ferraroand Laurel Halo.

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Mimesis - Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage (File)

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  1. Visible Cloaks’ Reassemblage is a collection of delicately rendered passages of silence and sound that invokes – and invites - consciousness.
  2. Feb 01,  · On Reassemblage, Visible Cloaks forge a stand out sound from a very unique strand of the internet fed sound that started with James Ferraro's Far Side Virtual and is carried on through the work of Motion Graphics & LNS, yet with these guys at the controls has a spectacular digital disorientation that feels like it has been recorded ten years ahead of everything else that you may .
  3. Ryan Carlile Visible Cloaks are an American electronic musical duo based in Portland, Oregon, consisting of Spencer Doran and Ryan Carlile. The duo originally emerged in as Doran's solo project, in which he explored rare groove new age music and ambient music from Japan. Carlile joined the project in Genres: Electronic, new age, ambient.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the File release of Reassemblage on Discogs/5(2).
  5. Feb 17,  · Reassemblage is the second studio album of Portland, Oregon duo Visible Cloaks, consisting of musicians Spencer Doran and Ryan Carlile. The record is named after Trinh T. Minh-ha's documentary /5(4).

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