Spirit and withering
Wrekmeister Harmonies – You’ve Always Meant So Much To Me
Pastoral doom led by composer JR Robinson. Wrekmeister Harmonies is an experimental music collective named after the Bela Tarr movie titled Werckmeister Harmonies. Robinson “perceives life as a long, gradual process of decay. Lightness fades into darkness, while innocence succumbs to the evils of modern society.” That totally reflects in his music.
12 thoughts after listening to “You’ve Always Meant So Much To Me”
The path, the religious life, is about remembering that freedom is no sex and to forget is to sin.
Luciferian textures of decaying nature’s audible facts.
Loving you darkly will not happen unless the corresponding bodily organ wishes it also to be, speaking of what does not exist?
The ends of things are always about the adaptation of techniques not for knowledge but of control, thereby obsessed by the very idea that one tries to evade.
The repetition of the silence of god as a holy hell kills creativity.
The sculpted winds of the absolute spirit one-death-left do not require art to satisfy highest needs.
Paranoia and the abyss, AKA abstract nothing allow the appreciation of that which lies behind things.
So self-conscious that the self is not, the self is not falling, or, the self is not appearing or disappearing.
A thorn may stay forever, unless removed by a thorn. Less a thorn than the searching for it.
Patient pleasures have an inside, and a beginning and an end.
The future is unfinished without aestheticism averting evil.
Confrontations with the shadows twelve miles deep – don’t let the spirit find what it’s looking for.