Once upon a time “experimentalism” in music would have conjured up images of child like pounding of paint tubs and forks on pianos (as above). The abrasive use of discordance to make some sort of political existential message reflecting the chaos of the “artists” soul. Thankfully this is not what we mean by experimentalism today. Continue reading “The Rise of … Experimentalism in Music”
Ok, but how can we play this live?!
Imagine; Everything is going perfect in the studio; creativity flowing, you’ve finally struck that ‘punch’ sound (what we might call a ‘secondary add’ to the music ) that changes a whole song’s character into something fantastic.
But then the realisation dawns, the music in the studio sounds great, “Ok, but how can we play this live?!” …