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VOICE ACTOR ‘Sent From My Telephone’

Mar 21, 2023 | Experimental, Reviews

Hypnagogic pop for modern living

Brian Eno once said, “culture is a biological drive for humans”, and most of us can certainly relate to that. However, culture can hit you like a tsunami, and filtering your preferences can either be your greatest pleasure or a complete turn off. Whatever our selection process, we all have a blind spot, and occasionally, something comes along you didn’t even realise you wanted. 
 
Voice Actor’s Sent From My Phone is one of those moments: a three and a half hour sketch pad of enigmatic experimental pop is what you’ve always needed. Right? 
 
The singer/narrator can sound as if they’re entering the arms of Morpheus, and your mind will wander to Grouper and Dean Blunt as you wonder if you’ll ever return to your original reality. One hundred and nine tracks can have such an impact. 
 
Is it a therapeutic tool? Why is it sequenced alphabetically? If you hit shuffle will it tell a linear story? Somewhere amongst those blissed out synths, words, and samples, are your answers. 
 
Hypnagogic pop for modern living.

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