04th December 2015
Under The Knife
Kevin de Vries
The somatic effects of different impulses are often unclear until the moment they are experienced. However, the way these impulses are processed and guided towards their final area of effect is remarkably similar in many cases. Even if you consciously try to reenact a certain event by exactly following previously taken steps, the outcome is seldom the same.
Each frequency becomes an impuls, which flows through our axons until they reach our most affective areas, where translation and interpretation take place. It is interesting to look at the microseconds between the impuls and its translation: a moment of pure objectivity, without interpretation or judgement. In that moment, music is exactly the same as any other vibration in the air. It is our interpretation that ultimately compels us towards the repetitive ones we call rhythm.
Kevin De Vries – “Lehmann Podcast #039”
I/Y’s EP “Objection” on Dynamic Reflection
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Kevin De Vries’ EP “We Are All Prisoners” on Advanced
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