Plateau 25

Plateau 25 are the sonic descendants of the Belgian physicist Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau, inventor of Anorthoscopic discs and the Phenakistoscope. They create linear sound sculptures for the headphone explorer that encourage you to travel well beyond the edge of the auditory map.

 

Plateau 25 – Persistence of vision

More optically inspired shimmering drones from Plateau 25. This new twenty minute track has the affect of transporting the listener into a giant revolving Phenakistoscope, flashes of colored sound emanating from all directions. For those of you that have been looking for a kaleidoscope for the ear, you’ve just found it.

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Download Plateau 25 – Persistence of vision $3.00


Plateau 25 – Luminous Impressions

Steep yourself for one hour in the kaleidoscopic sonic pool of Plateau 25. This is music for full immersion. An auditory cure for cultural malaise. Best suited for dreamers and wanderers.

 

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Download Luminous Impressions mp3 $9.99

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