“Onward 19” by Éliane Radigue

From Vice Versa, etc…
March 30, 2020

I’ve been listening to a lot of Eliane Radigue lately. Sometimes I find it to be anxiety inducing, but mostly I find her work to be meditative and incredibly comforting due to its minimal and repetitive nature. When you need to take a break from everything and find yourself again, I recommend giving her a listen with headphones on, supine, and your eyes closed. Take deep breaths. Unfortunately this song ends abruptly, so prepare for that. Trilogie De La Mort is on Spotify, so you could start there or listen again if you already have. “Kyema (Intermediate States),” is just…so so good. Therapeutic.

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I’ve been listening to a lot of Eliane Radigue lately. Sometimes I find it to be anxiety inducing, but mostly I find her work to be meditative and incredibly comforting due to its minimal and repetitive nature. When you need to take a break from everything and find yourself again, I recommend giving her a listen with headphones on, supine, and your eyes closed. Take deep breaths. Unfortunately this song ends abruptly, so prepare for that. Trilogie De La Mort is on Spotify, so you could start there or listen again if you already have. “Kyema (Intermediate States),” is just…so so good. Therapeutic.

I’ve been listening to a lot of Eliane Radigue lately. Sometimes I find it to be anxiety inducing, but mostly I find her work to be meditative and incredibly comforting due to its minimal and repetitive nature. When you need to take a break from everything and find yourself again, I recommend giving her a listen with headphones on, supine, and your eyes closed. Take deep breaths. Unfortunately this song ends abruptly, so prepare for that. Trilogie De La Mort is on Spotify, so you could start there or listen again if you already have. “Kyema (Intermediate States),” is just…so so good. Therapeutic.

I’ve been listening to a lot of Eliane Radigue lately. Sometimes I find it to be anxiety inducing, but mostly I find her work to be meditative and incredibly comforting due to its minimal and repetitive nature. When you need to take a break from everything and find yourself again, I recommend giving her a listen with headphones on, supine, and your eyes closed. Take deep breaths. Unfortunately this song ends abruptly, so prepare for that. Trilogie De La Mort is on Spotify, so you could start there or listen again if you already have. “Kyema (Intermediate States),” is just…so so good. Therapeutic.