B.VISIBLE Pleasant Clutter
- DATA SNACKS
- LP 2190 yen (税込)
|A1.||Pain Lol (02:59)|
|A2.||Like TLC (04:18 )|
|A3.||Lemons (05:25 )|
|A4.||Wireless Possession (04:45 )|
|B1.||Leave Behind (03:55)|
|B2.||Slavish (03:45 )|
|B3.||Defurbished (04:53 )|
|B4.||Questioning Myself (04:19 )|
It’s the unexpected that fascinates us, letting our curiosity grow stronger than the urge for safety and control. The magic of new encounters and unplanned turnarounds helps us switch off the autopilot of everyday life and grants us an unbiased, curious glimpse at ourselves and the world around us. In these brief moments we accept the chaos surrounding us, allow ourselves to embrace it and see the beauty of it.
This delightful chaos is the vibrant fabric woven into “Pleasant Clutter”, the debut album of Vienna-based DJ and producer B.Visible. With an endless love for detail, he masterfully condenses familiar and strange sounds into a fascinating collection of moments, each one in itself as beautiful as volatile – again and again you find yourself wanting to hold on to something you’ve only just grown fond of, yearning to stay just a little longer. Leaving space for the unexpected, the album bit by bit reveals the beauty that lies in the harmony of the whole.
Using playful little melodies and decontextualized fragments of sounds, B.Visible conjures up a wide range of moods and emotions: he tells mesmerizing instrumental stories full of unexpected twists and turns, evoking lively images within the mind. In constant flux between weightlessness and dead-aim beats, structures are being broken up and put back together on the fly – always changing, always evolving.
Change as a constant and the symbiosis of contrasting elements are omnipresent on “Pleasant Clutter”, and beyond that. Running through the entire work of B.Visible, these stylistic devices have shaped the musician’s creative output over the years, and this distinctive sound has long become his trademark. Colorful illustrations by Viennese artist Daniel Triendl complement the music and add a visual dimension to the album, making the project’s intentions visually accessible.