Lav37sentimental machines the silent bride

artist: sentimental machines

title: the silent bride

artist website

date: October 16, 2010

time: 35:54

size: 83 MB

enc: 320 Kbps

style: ambient, electronica, experimental

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Sentimental Machines: The Dreamed Dream by Mirco Salvadori

Be aware that by absurdity reality is life breathed during moments of
unconscious distance from what is real, instants or, perhaps, long sequences
of events diluted in the muffled world of the indefinite, temporary
suspensions when eyes close to better scan the silent throb of sentiment.

This means losing oneself like letting one's hand go with violent Sonic
Ecstasy after grasping it romantically and plunge into a sensuous and
shattering dronic delirium; like a dream in which the ruthless and cruel
demons of the End coexist, chased by harmonic visions wrapping together even
the most obscure temptations of the mind in a deafening magnificence. Human
work, it is, assembled step by step, directly within the core of a heart
that lives and pulses inside a machine, supplied with the blood, the tears
and the love that only Man can generate and offer.

Responsive sentimental machines land onto Laverna which proudly stretches
its virtual forefinger towards the pushbutton enabled to turn them on, meant there to give voice to Attilio Novellino, Gianfranco Candeliere and Saverio Rosi for a project that includes the participation of Emanuele Tonon, reading passages from his own romance 'Il Nemico'
(The Enemy) edited by Isbn Edizioni, and Pippo Galipò with his 'Madonna con Bambino'
(The Lady and the Child), which provides the Icon to the release. The
machines that move the Sentiments have started running, let them work, let
your dreamed dreams nourish their slow quivering.


"ůme and my silent bride only make love when sleeping, together we dream that we make love; then when we are awake we remember the love made while asleep"

Emanuele Tonon "Il Nemico" - Isbn Edizioni


translation by Simona Taffurelli







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