Versum – Fluor by Tarik Barri


Regular readers will know I’ve enthused before over the electronica of Robert Henke, aka Monolake. The Monolake site recently resumed its monthly free downloads and the offering for this month is a 9-minute piece of abstract video by Dutch artist Tarik Barri. Fascinatingly immersive, this is like a 360º view of the Star Gate from 2001: A Space Odyssey accompanied by ambient drones and rumbles. Henke and Barri are planning on touring this audiovisual experience with a couple of dates already announced on Barri’s website.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Moonlight in Glory

3 thoughts on “Versum – Fluor by Tarik Barri”

  1. hi John,
    hope things are good, seems like it from the evidence here.
    Am I imagining it, or, did monolake release a drone album?
    If so, can you tell me what it is called?

  2. Hi Mark. Yes thanks, things are good when this site stays up for longer than five minutes…

    Robert Henke produces more abstract droney works under his own name rather than Monolake. Layering Buddha was the most recent major release in this line. More ambient than anything. You can get a free live concert performance on the Monolake site.

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