Review of In A Second Floor Window [12k1100]

Silence and Sound (FR)

Following his previous album Wayfinding, Christopher Bissonnette invites us to extend our journey into an interiority full of elusive melancholy and impermanent transience.

The lines of flight of In A Second Floor Window converge towards a point where everything seems to be diluted to take on a new appearance, stripped of its materiality to be covered with bursts of light and aerial vibrations.

The Canadian artist composes ambiances with floating movements, ballets of evanescent melodies playing at nestling in the arms of ethereal currents. The textures are akin to magical incantations, escaped from distant memories, locked in the recesses of our emotions. Bewitching.

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