BT presents Le Nocturne de Lumiere Reviewed


Reviewed by Rachel Rixham

“Taken from his superb album “These Hopeful Machines”, BT presents “Le Nocturne de Lumiere” on our Black Hole imprint.”

For those who already saw “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, “Le Nocturne de Lumiere” will not be a surprise. The track features in the movie and if you still have to go see, we would like to tell you to take notice of the music that plays during the magician’s apartment scene. We’ll leave it at that, so just make sure to prick up your ears when you go see it.

Anyway, this new single by BT is another journey, filled with countless incredible, percussive sound effects, sweeps, ringing bells; everything supported by a fabulous overall production that will catch you off guard here and there. The ‘chills down your spine’ breaks, the bridge with the rhythm changes in it; it’s truly an eleven minute roller coaster of absolute trademark BT goodness. Put it on, sit down and relax and allow this track in your mind.

Cedric Gervais prepared the original version for the dance floor and also added a unique violin session to it. Richard Devine delivered a rough chill out version with heavy, dub reggae style reverb here and there; also one to check out from A to Z. Another BT super track!

The best way to describe this release is to say it’s a cataclysmic implosion of deranged, electrically charged beats, gut wrenching rotations, curling cogs and cultivating pulchritudinous mind bombs that deviously inundate your senses, leaving you comatosed, yet in total awe at what you have just experienced.

BT – Le Nocturne de Lumiere comes with a few delicious remixes which offer a slightly different construction, but be warned this is not for the faint hearted. It infects places in the brain that only the mentally insane could handle! – In a good way of course! 🙂

Tracks
1.Radio Edit
2.Album Mix
3.Cedric Gervais Remix
4.Richard Devine Mix

Coming soon to Black Hole Recordings

About BT
An avid lover of both mathematics and physics, BT looks for inspiration by experiencing natural phenomena, frequently discovering complex mathematical patterns and structural relationships in everyday objects and environments that are often taken for granted. “I find things in the natural world that resonate with me on a very humanist level, those things are typically the core drive for the creation process. My music is an expression of that awe and admiration of the natural world”, he explains. “Quite simply, music is applied mathematics. It is aesthetically beautiful as well as practically beautiful. Rhythm, harmony and structure are all mathematical and math, quite simply, is beautiful.”

“I am looking for the symmetry between patterns that are embedded in the natural world and emotions, feeling states and the human condition. I think my life’s work is about dissecting, studying and defining that overlap. Music and mathematics are two sides of the same thing. I am constantly looking for a meeting point of these two ideas,” BT clarifies. “I am looking for the symmetry between patterns that are embedded in the natural world and emotions, feeling states and the human condition. I think my life’s work is about dissecting, studying and defining that overlap.”

More Info:

http://www.btmusic.com
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