Thomas Brett is a musician and writer who holds a PhD in ethnomusicology from New York University. He is the author of The Creative Electronic Music Producer, and his essays and book reviews have appeared in the journals Popular Music and Popular Music and Society, as well as edited collections by Routledge, Oxford, and Cambridge University presses. He has released numerous electronic music recordings and his compositions for marimba and vibraphone have been performed internationally by soloists and university ensembles. Thomas has played percussion on Broadway since 1997 and writes about music at brettworks.com.
2 thoughts on “Brett’s Sound Picks: Lorenzo Senni’s “Vandalize Music” (2020)”
I’d be interested to hear what redeems this tune for you. If you run older machines, try this PLASTICZ synth, it’s supreme. https://www.kvraudio.com/product/plasticz-by-refx
Thanks for your comment. I think Senni manages to make rhythmically kinetic music without using percussion to mark the time. I hadn’t heard of PLASTICZ, actually.