15 Sep Corin – ‘CDA’


Some of Corin‘s favourite artists like Tim Hecker and Nils Frahm are piano players, and this influence and deeper appreciation of piano scales explains her ability to generate such fluid and synthetic synthesizer parts. If you played ‘CDA‘ on a tradition piano or organ it would sound ready to be used by an orchestra.

Corin instead channels the keyboard parts of ‘CDA’ into a hypothetical scenario where the glo-fi artist Memory Tapes is playing in a Japanese Buddhist temple. It’s an interesting crossover territory that only a few other artists I can name, such as Korallreven or Southern Shores, have really delved into.

I’m not sure where Corin is taking her project, but it’s definitely worth following.

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