- 01. Tap Internal
by John Duncan
Tone 11 - 2000
Have you ever asked yourself \'What is the sound of energy\'? John Duncan has been trying for years to explain the composition of matter through sound and not everyone can understand this, but once the door is opened everything suddenly becomes easy. TAP INTERNAL is beautiful and - in classical \"Duncan style\" - cruel, in that it puts you in contact with our deepest psyche and lays it bare, turning the auricular membrane inside out, leaving an indelible mark of new frequencies that are beautiful to abandon yourself to, but watch out: just at the moment of hypnosis the scenario is completely convoluted and the sound becomes coarse and varied, cuts the air and tries to attack - the nightmare begins again, and once more the brain is forced to change its attitude, define a new reaction to the input. The beauty and uniqueness of John Duncan\'s music is fully captured in this continuous change of situations, dynamics, sounds and emotions which is, in a word, the microscopic photography of life itself [Massimo Ricci, translation by G. Stefani]
This is John Duncan\'s 2nd release on Touch, following SEND (TO:20). He also collaborated on the now deleted \'Contact\' (TO:17) with Andrew Mckenzie of The Hafler Trio.