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|1.||"Close To Life" (3:26)|
|1.||"Sleeping Under The Raintrees" (5:12)|
|3.||"Mirrors In Mirrors" (2:20)|
Berlin-based Japanese experimentalist Midori Hirano has an impressive track record, with critics and consumers alike responding positively to her blend of evocative electronics and neo-classical movements. "Mirrors In Mirrors" is Hirano's first album for three years and explores similar sonic territory. Opening with a sublime piano exercise that sounds like it was recorded from several miles away (the beguiling "Close To Life"), the set sees Hirano wring maximum emotion from a relatively sparse number of musical elements - most notably piano, simple electronic motifs and sometimes densely layered field recordings. Strangely enough, the album's most impactful moment, "Sleeping Under The Raintrees", is also its most electronic.
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