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Lux’s Dream – Little Bean

Call to arms, herself, against the spears of disappointments.

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“There’s a little lullaby, bouncing off the walls, of that cavern – seek it out, chanting, absorbing.” Lux’s Dream’s Little Bean is a sound out loud, poetry session – guided by fascinating choices of notes and effects. It’s a reverberating cause – an infectious exercise.

Experimental in its nature, ‘Little Bean’, from the outset seems ‘unfinished’, but not in the sense you’re thinking of.

It’s a chant to the other. “Recognize me, hear me, see me.” – a beckoning and begging, before the ultimatum grows into existence.

Oh, the song is definitely complete – the conversation is complete – the discussion has been had from start to finish.

It’s a call to arms, herself, against the spears of disappointments.

What we expected was that the song starts that demand, from the lover, then would just hang and end with a ‘why did you do this to me?’ kind of question.

But it does not.

It ends triumphantly, with an ‘exclamation’ to herself, to the subject – becoming stronger and stronger, 1-10, ramping up to the end of the song.

Yea. It’s definitely ‘finished’.

The battle has been won.

Lux’s Dream is Sacha Navarro-Mendez, living, working, and producing her works from Lyon, France.

Her works are very emotive and solace.

It’s something to look forward to, at the right mood.

We dig.

She’s rep’ed by Archipel.

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“There is nothing more to be said or to be done tonight, so hand me over my violin and let us try to forget for half an hour the miserable weather and the still more miserable ways of our fellowmen.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle

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