(ER002) Thomas Baragona – Under The Great Magnifying Glass

The work of Thomas Baragona is a startling, new excursion. Dense soundscapes of tropic frenzy. The sloppiness of these screams take themselves seriously. These incredibly abstract tracks explode like firecrackers and hold you in the ensuing catastrophe. The crackles and moans, the buzzes and clicks, the flutes and the drums. It slices up the consciousness and calls you to prayer. “Under The Great Magnifying Glass” is a strenuous ride, but profound and vehemently beautiful. A furthur journey into ferocious aesthetic that picks up where his previous masterwork “Blue From The Window” left off. There’s a new voice of power in the netlabel avant-garde. It belongs to a fellow named Thomas Baragona.

Album: Under The Great Magnifying Glass

Artist: Thomas Baragona

Bitrate: 128 kbps (1 is 64 kbps)

Format: mp3

Genre: Avant-Garde, Experimental, Musique Concrete, Acoustic Noise

Autumn 2011







1. Early Cries – View Of The Threshold (9:18)

2. Two Of The Same (5:24)

3. Laws Of Labor ( 8:46)

4. Judgement Life (10:32)

5. Untitled Reflection (3:43)

6. Mixdown (6:50)

7. Goodbye Black Toe, Our Journeys Won’t Be Forgotten (7:38)

8. Social Butterfly (3:47)

9. Details (7:24)

10. Through And Beneath Me (6:35)

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