Irresonance | Crossmodal Perception

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Crossmodal Perception

by Irresonance

A relaxing Jazz-fusion blend of essential notes, theories, and notions. To be enjoyed a song at a time, or as a complete work, Crossmodal Perception elevates the listener to aural heights.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Pentahydration (Sibling Vibery) [feat. Musicrunsdeep]
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2. Lavender Skies
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3. Mist and Myrrh (Soulmates)
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4. L'essence D'jour Noir
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5. Saffron Breeze
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6. Crushed Orris
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7. Oud East
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8. Tea Notes
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9. Leathered Elements
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10. Vetiver Thoughts
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11. No Moss
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Each song on the album was made with the intent of being a single note in the overall composition. As fragrances are composed of multiple notes constructed to progress from the initial opening and drydown to the basenotes, so does Crossmodal Perception. The album means to challenge the notion that music is only to be heard. Can songs not evoke any of the other senses? This concept is explored in depth with the album, and the answers that were found in this latest journey through sound.


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