Review of Suss Müsik on Disquiet

Marc Weidenbaum wrote a lovely and interesting review of Suss Müsik’s piece Augmentative, which Mr. Weidenbaum describes as “a dream-state in which a vision of travel is, in fact, a metaphor for some entirely other deeply rooted anxiety.” It’s almost as if he can peer into our souls.

The themes of Disquiet mirror the essence of Suss Müsik’s occupational ethos: “Listening to art. Playing with audio. Sounding out technology. Composing in code.” The entire blog is worth your time (many wonderful reviews of unknown composers to be found), as are the quietly intense images that comprise the author’s Instagram gallery.

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