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Ariel Curtis - I Learn From You (Plasticity Version)

ArielCurtis on November 30, 2012 03:39

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    Buying the new single "I Learn From You" on any online record store are helping the Mapuche community as the net sales will be donated to this cause.


    Behind the single.

    In 2012 began production of this single than would be released a year later. Overlooking a more acoustic sound that defined as folkface Curtis, which initially surprised many of his followers.
    Curtis commented that he wanted to reconnect with the influences I had as a child. This leads him to return to the song format and collaborate with other musicians to achieve a more analog sound and accompanied by a very distinctive vocal line. This single intended fidelity a new legion of fans. "I think the single speaks for itself."
    The concept of the graph of the single was to evoke an ancestral spirit, the human representation of something that was common and invisible, almost intangible to us.
    This is how we gesture, born and raised Folkface the concept of which is the native representation of the Pachamama, the goddess Tara, the Mother Earth. "It is my most sincere way to show my commitment to the ground floor, the home we live in and my union with the whole."
    In "I learn from you" macro style more honestly in terms of musical resources. The voice in contrast to the acoustic guitar, synths and heartbeat (as a drummer), although they were digitally manipulated sequences and are complemented emotionally charged melodies and exquisite arrangements.
    "I understood the concept of the other as a mirror, so to say" I learned from you "(i learn from you) really want to say what I learned about myself.'s Concept of forgiveness and unconditional love are the pillars of every word they say. True emotional detachment is the soil of these pillars. Hooponopono I was inspired by a former Hawaiian penalty method based on reconciliation and forgiveness. "

    Released by: Terrybag Records
    Release/catalogue number: TBR201300003
    Release date: Aug 5, 2013
    ISRC: TB-R20-13-00003


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