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Tyondai Braxton: Telekinesis Image
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  • Artist(s): Metropolis Ensemble, Andrew Cyr
  • Summary: The 87-piece work from Tyondai Braxton features the Metropolis Ensemble conducted by Andrew Cyr, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus conducted by Dianne Berkun Menaker, and The Crossing chamber choir conducted by Donald Nally, Telekinesis is the first studio recording of the work.
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  • Record Label: Nonesuch
  • Genre(s): Electronic, Experimental, Classical, Avant-Garde, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Experimental Rock, Experimental Electronic, Chamber Music, Modern Composition, Creative Orchestra
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  1. The Wire
    Dec 8, 2022
    80
    Tyondai Braxton’s own Telekinesis is a symphonic work that sounds like a lost sci-fi film soundtrack. It has the clustered, hovering awe of György Ligeti’s Atmosphères and the eerie arpeggiated angles of Herrmann soundtracks like Vertigo and The Day The Earth Stood Still. [Dec 2022, p.50]
  2. Dec 8, 2022
    80
    Its exceptional use of Radio Serial-like synth wobbles and pulses paint a vivid vision of mind-bending power and the destruction left in its wake; amplified by gorgeously dramatic bursts of symphony and chorus. A real gem.
  3. Uncut
    Dec 8, 2022
    70
    It feels like a meeting of worlds. [Feb 2023, p.25]
  4. Dec 8, 2022
    70
    An envelope-pushing record, admirable in its ambition even when the thread gets a bit lost.
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