Review | By Beach Sloth
Christina Kubisch & Annea Lockwood | The secret life of the inaudible
Aptly named, Christina Kubisch & Annea Lockwood discover the unlovable tiny textures and tones that surround us with the beautiful symphonies of “The Secret Life of the Inaudible”. Over the course of these extended pieces the two delve deep into the innermost workings of these miniature aural universes. Rhythms appear throughout but they are merely coincidence. By far the true draw comes from the way the textures shift and evolve. Despite their small stature, the pieces can grow to become quite loud, almost noisy at times. Difficult to fully imagine their miniature status, by allowing the intense amplification the sounds become transmissions from an otherworldly source, one that continues whether or not we notice it. []

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