All Is Forgiven Import
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In deconstructing bvdub's sound it's easy to overlook the potentially downplayed genius of his soulful music: the continuously looped rhythm samples; the multi-layered pads endlessly accumulating over each other; the delayed semi-abstract ghostly vocals with indecipherable lyrics. All of these seem to be rather effortless and transparent. But how does it all culminate so elegantly into one singularity? Any attempts in deconstructing bvdub's music are futile. It's akin to reducing the work of William Basinski to a single loop left to disintegrate on an outdated reel-to-reel. Many may have tried to mirror in vain, but only the one will succeed without fail.
"It is another's fault if he be ungrateful, but it is mine if I do not give. To find one thankful man, I will oblige a great many that are not so."
-Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
A quote included on the liner notes of All Is Forgiven
On All Is Forgiven, Brock Van Wey uses a thick glaze of unresolved and diminished chords locking the groove with a progressing beat which has recently made its way into bvdub's work. It is exactly that particular unresolved dominant chord, which is never answered and is instead forever lingering on the peripheral auditory line of uncertainty which is life itself. It is exactly that particular diminished triad, which keeps us hanging in an unstable dissonant state of affairs which, once again, is life itself. There's never an end of one level of this game and the beginning of another. It is one perpetual trip. Buddhists would agree.
Besides All Is Forgiven, I highly recommend you pick up bvdub's Serenity (2012) and Don't Say You Know (2012), both released on Darla. Also, be sure to check out his releases on Home Normal label, especially his latest, 121 Years (2012), released under his new moniker, East Of Oceans. And as if that wasn't enough, Wey created yet another alias, Earth House Hold, under which you will find his work for Love's Label, titled When Love Lived (2012). In 2013, bvdub already put out two more albums: A Careful Ecstasy on Darla and At Night This City Becomes The Sea on AY. And always keep your eye on n5MD!