Once again, Petra Glynt masters the use of rhythmic samples in her new single ‘Fell In A Hole.’ The extravagant track is notably marked by loud drums, tons of effects and very strange vocals processing. In this new single, she takes a -critical- bird’s eye view on Human activity as she detailed:
Following up to her recent frenzied single ‘This Trip,’ Montreal’s multi-media artist Petra Glynt is back today with a new single, ‘Fell In A Hole,’ in line with her previous offering. The left field artist combines experimental music and engaged message. Listen to it below.
This song is is a reflection from a bird’s eye view. How different their view is of the landscape and natural world below as they fly above looking for a place to land, food to eat, shelter, etc. and how it greatly differs from a human’s view of it based on how we use it and treat it, specifically in reference to resource extraction and how overconsumption has visibly shaped the landscape. Take a look at ariel photography of the Alberta tar sands for example.
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