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Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity...

- Vivian Hua, redefinemag.com

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Mainly Mental

Infectious Experimental

Mixing nature with keyboards, percussion loops, mini sax, flutes, digital effects, Musing Ariel presents Hypnotic tracks that do not fit elsewhere. From Acid Jazz to toddler babble.


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  1. Esper Mint, 9:15 - Middle-earth melody and a mystery developing rhythm looping heartbeat

  2. Delire Anigongmo, 6:44 - GRM mix of electro-acoustic delirium, krumar organ, Borneo war drums and echo flutes.

  3. TOTO LOLO, 5:02 - looped effects on a toddler unintelligible babble voice and a droned 15 beat rhythm

  4. Eco Sanza, 2:59 - African thumb piano and long tape delays create interesting polyrhythms

  5. Wrong Right, 2:23 - Two Rights Make a Wrong but he had to be right till his end.

  6. Route Du Plaisir, 5:01 - Birds, Thomas Organ and effects create this developing piece.

  7. Pilliers de Verre, 13:35 - Experimental musical unfulfilled expectation of a theme

Mixed and mastered by Ariel Kalma, 2020

 

Wrong Right  by Ariel Kalma

He had to be right, not to feel at a dead end
So was stuck being right till the end
Then he was dead right

He thought being right would open the gates
Of Heaven
“No, no, St Peter said, too rights makes wrong, go to hell”!
And then he was damned right!