Avant-garde art from Geiger Von Muller

Trippy doesn’t quite do this piece justice.  I’m not sure what I’m supposed to get out of this but sometimes that’s a cool thing of art.  To someone who has been raised on pop chords such as 1 5 6 4 their whole life this piece might seem like a turn off.  There is something that magnifies the creepiness of hot air balloons deflating over a desolate landscape and an astronaut exploding into dust.  The guitar is reminiscent of dissonant church bells in a far off distance.  I think the apocalypse is coming after listening to this piece.



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Musician releasing music under self created record label

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