Wildflower Face, Insect Eyes by Ralph White and the Horaflora Soundsystem
Chain-draped kalimba played with the soft speed of Texas banjo, fiddle and accordion master Ralph White, its acoustic distortions convoluted through a range of materials (rigged to transducers) in Horaflora's custom-built sound system, yield a crumbling wet firmament of timbres. The songs by which the sounds were discovered are transfixing, psychedelic, transporting; in fact, they invite site-specific listening: Binaural methods make track one best suited to headphones, track two must be heard outdoors, and track three includes unadulterated Weddell seals and is best heard underwater. Lose your map, this is music uncharted.
Wildflower Face, Insect Eyes by Ralph White and the Horaflora Soundsystem is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.