i had to buy this, almost without hearing, to add my little bit in support of the World Health Organization, because of my government's unconscionable decision to withdraw funding from that critical organization, at this critical time. Thank you for doing this. Max North
Killing Ghosts weaves ephemereal links with two non-miscible dimensions, flexibly transgresses the borders between the tangible and the unseizable.
It gives us the paradoxical sensation to face an object ready to dissolve in the fog, like an apparition whose existence comes down to the length of our apnea, as the least breath will send it back to the twilight of its life.
This microverse inevitably collapses in the end, but remember that what matters is the journey, and not the destination. Dotflac
I've loved Jon Hassel's music since I first heard him in 1984. I have too many favourite tracks to choose one. Thanks JH for thousands of listening/seeing-hours in your unique audio/mind-space.. rcoldman
While Everywhere at the end of time takes us on a long journey that lasts years of a person's life, Everywhere, an empty bliss feels more like an insight into a single day in the life of someone with dementia. We see good moments of recollection (even if the memories distorted or effort is needed) and bad moments (moments of confusion, bad recall or at times, pure chaos). I would highly recommend this as an "appetizer" if you're unsure about listening to Everywhere at the end of time. IvanDSM