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BIG|BRAVE Tears Apart Its 'Sound' To Mend The Broken Pieces

Listening to the Montreal trio is like standing between a Richard Serra installation: massive and imposing, but curved to let the light shine on the edges.
A still from BIG|BRAVE'S "Sound" video. Source: YouTube

Listening to BIG BRAVE is like standing between a Richard Serra installation: massive and imposing, but curved to let the light shine on the edges. The, draws out their experimental and heavy music over three long tracks, including the heaving opener "Sound."

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