RealPoetik with Denim on Denim | Why Poems Can Be More Like Paintings

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Why Poems Can Be More Like Paintings

by RealPoetik with Denim on Denim

Voiceover recordings of up-and-coming New York City poets layered atop the expansive sound of marching landscapes designed by Denim on Denim.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. To A Lady by Malachi Black Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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2. Why Poems Can Be More Like Paintings by Chris Tonelli Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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3. Last Year's Model by Justin Marks Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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4. Hold Me Closer, Tony Danza by Caroline Conway Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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5. Whalesong by Malachi Black Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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6. Elegy (for George Mazzoni) by Chris Tonelli Realpoetik With Denim On Denim
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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WHY POEMS CAN BE MORE LIKE PAINTINGS is a collaboration between the sound artist Denim on Denim and RealPoetik, the oldest and most active poetry magazine on the web. Six poems by Caroline Conway, Justin Marks, Malachi Black, & Chris Tonelli are translated into sound pieces and/or “songs” by Denim on Denim.

This EP establishes an incredibly large gamut of phrases, beats, patterns, melodies, and traditional soft focus in an effort to maximize the emotional impact of word and sound in a rigorous and ecstatic mixed media experiment.

From the haunting and elegant “To A Lady”, to the roaring “Last Years Model”, to the acoustic ballad “Elegy (For George Mazzoni)”, rarely has such a musical compendium sounded so urgent, complex, and startlingly original.

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