Konstantin Raudive The Voices of the Dead
- Words: Selena Hs
- Label: Sub Rosa
I can take spiders, gore, psychological thrillers, no problem. But when it comes to ghosts, set to the ponderously spooky Sub Rosa vibe? Different story. Latvian psychologist Konstantin Raudive, a student of Carl Jung, collected samples on magnetic tape of what he was convinced were the voices, noises and echoes of the dead. Here the archives are warped by DJ Spooky, Lee Ranaldo, Random_Inc, and others in a collection that plays on fears of the unseen. Unfinished wisps of slurry enunciation and hyper-fast gibberish purr to life when completed with our own imaginings. For the masochistically faint of heart.
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