Even when factoring in that electronic music has a knack for the unusual, this still is an unusual song. There are unusual voices, unusual rhythms and an unusual atmosphere. And all this makes it unusually pleasant.
Mentatul Monthly Focus
June 2019 Edition
– Action, reaction and consequence-based education –
In my life as a human, husband and father, I was often confronted with the four words above. So I decided to highlight them all at once and see what shows up.
We’ll start with the differences. “Revenge is, by nature, personal; justice is impersonal, impartial, and both a social and legal phenomenon” and “Revenge is predominantly emotional; justice primarily rational”.
The difference between consequences and punishment is extremely important when it comes to child education.
This article will go through:
1. Don’t Confuse Revenge With Justice: Five Key Differences
2. Punishments vs. Consequences: Which Are You Using? (child education)
3. Truths About Consequences (child education)
4. Punishment (definition)
5. Retributive justice (definition)
It’s fascinating how a song can be so full of energy and yet so soothing. It might have to do with the rough percussion smashing the soft reverbed piano. And with the secretive voice soaring to passionate highs.
True to its title, this is a song that invites feeling. Evocative lyrics open spaces for the imagination to embark on ever-more adventurous rides.
This song is a wonderful advocate for the ground-breaking sound that can be crafted when artists take their audio alchemy to the next level. Alongside the innocent guitar, dry samples yearn for Anomie’s dreamy voice like the desert yearns for water.
Envelop yourself in this space aurora made of sound. Let soft synth tendrils caress your eardrum while soft percussion drips around you. Electronic space music at its best!
This tinkling gem shines with some of the most beautiful lyrics about love I’ve ever had the pleasure of experiencing. The music itself is curiously at odds with the message and the evocative voice sculpting it into the soundwaves. But weirdness is the hallmark of the greatest works of art…