Admittedly, this is one of my darker, more fragile mixes, but despite the description, it's mostly hopeful, weaving in a narrative of a kind of surrealistic dream state in which you might awake feeling a little closer to finding your answer, whatever [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Burial’
Over the course of four years, photographer Bertrand Fleuret looked for specific kinds of images. Things had to be precise, he said. Porcelain was fine, but plastic was not, trains were okay, but cars and planes were not. He defined the nature and te [...]
I'm kind of late in posting about this, as I'm sure some of you are already well aware of the underground dubstep craze known as: "Burial", especially since this record came out in 2006.