I've been nearly completely inactive in my social networks since mid-July or so. Not that I wouldn't have liked to participate, but I have been engrossed in the redaction of the above essay.
When I tackled the project, I thought it would take a few weeks at most, and that I would be able…Continue
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Cold and rainy day in Santiago today. Lucky to be home practicing!
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Just nailed down the most difficult part of one of our upcoming tracks. I think you guys are gonna like it!
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We are working hard on our 3rd album! We’re in the rehearsal stage. We will keep you posted on the progress.
In « Surface, » the sixth chapter of « The Dam, » the protagonist/narrator is gradually returning to activity after having transformed into who they feel like being. Ultimately, they reach the…Continue
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The seventh chapter of « The Dam » is entitled « Flow » and presents the situation once the obstacle has been overcome, the dam has been levelled, and the test…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on May 31, 2011 at 6:26pm — No Comments
(« Moonlight Night on the Volga river » by Vladimir Ivanovich Ovchinnikov)
The second part of « The Dam » is entitled « River » and expounds the original situation, before the obstacle is recognized and dealt…Continue
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The fourth movement of « The Dam » is entitled simply « Dam. » In the storyline, this is when the obstacle is recognized and the…Continue
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In « Rapids, » the third part of « The Dam, » the protagonist/narrator is being carried from a mostly disappointing river straight into an heretofore…Continue
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« The Dam » is a 22-minute long suite in 8 movements that uses the metaphor of water flowing from source to ocean to illustrate the process that we affectionately refer to as…Continue
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