Lakewood, OH
If we draw a continuum on the board., and the far left side is labeled “monotone,” the far right is labeled “noise,” and in the middle labeled, “music.” Then we draw an arrow pointing from left to right, and labeled it “complexity.” As sound grows in complexity, it gets more and more musical. An endlessly sustained C note is just about the simplest sound you can imagine, but when you add more notes, you get a melody, and when you arrange those notes in a predictable order, you get rhythm.
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Playlist (recent)

  • Out-Of-Range - Zbigniew Karkowski

  • Klimek - For Jim Hall & Kurt Kirkwood (Dedications)

  • Tin Hat Trio - Company (Book Of Silk)

  • The Cosmic Jokers - Tim Bleibt Bei Uns (Gilles Zeitschiff)

  • Prefiero El Naranja - Suso Saiz

  • 01 Glasmusik - Teil 1 - Walter Sons

  • Feast Before Harvest (The Green Kingdom - Greenfeast Remix) - Vieo Abiungo

  • Philip Glass Ensemble;Michael Riesman - In the Upper Room (Choreographed by Twyla Tharp): Dance II (In the Upper Room (Choreographed by Twyla Tharp))

  • Jenny Hval, Carmen Villain - Borders (Infinite Avenue)

  • Trayer - Part I: Dar Pomorza: Fellowship

    Afterlife an Abandoned Theme Park
  • Ken Nordine - Best of Word Jazz #1