Pharmakon: Contact

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“Focusing on ‘the moments when our mind can come outside of and transcend our bodies’, Chardiet’s aim is transcendence – using the dislocating properties of sound to sidestep the limitation and isolation of physicality. This is a zone where being lost in music doesn’t have to mean wallowing in solipsism, but instead creates a medium for communion.”

Read the full review at Louder Than War.

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