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Boomkat Product Review:
Julliard alumnae and artistic director of ACME, the American Contemporary Music Ensemble, Clarice Jensen furnishes FatCat with her third solo LP following her 2018 debut with Miasmah and a single in 2019 for Geographic North.
Aside from her solo work Clarice has played cello on recordings by everyone from Nico Muhly to Matmos, Björk and Max Richter over the past two decades. In ‘The Experience of Repetition as Death’ she sombrely plays up to expectations with the opening piece of stately chamber strings ‘Daily’, but soon expands our presumptions with the transition from Soviet-sounding choral drones to gloriously cinematic organ and strings in ‘Day Tonight’, along with the tension between wide, threatening bass and steepled organ in ‘Metastable’, and the apocalypse-baiting 10-minute breadth of ‘Holy Mother’.
If you’re not into the new minimalism of Kali Malone or Maria W. Horn, for example, this one is sure to fulfil your maximalist wont.