Publication: Dark Lilith Project
Frank Rothkamm describes LAX as a "cinema vérité," contrasting the soundtracks of films: they are 10 tracks from this collective gradual re-spinning of reality with high parallelism during the 2 years prior to the year 00 in the metropolis of Los Angeles. In recalls and also in the fact that he's using vintage equipment, including a Hewlett-Packard of the first generation apart from resorting to the classic Atari video-game and Macintosh computers for home. Finally, the tracks try to innovate and do something different, but still sounds strange and odd.
(translated from the Portuguese)
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