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Customer Reviews

Brilliant and Beautiful

This is pretty much what I was looking for when I found it! I would file this with artists like 'Stars of the Lid', 'Chihei Hatakayama', 'The Dead Texan', etc. This is such a gorgeous record. I play in a band (somewhat like U2, Keane, etc) and I can't stand to listen to rock music, or anything like it. This record is so refreshing when you think of all the crap out there in the world of music. Although it is pretty abstract, it is rather easy to latch onto the beauty of the ocean of sound he has created here. Don't worry, if you like the 30 second clips, that is exactly what you're getting. NO crummy vocals to ruin this release!

Great Album

This is just what I was looking for. Minimal but flowing.

Its not all that

While I really enjoyed Substrata and Comfortable Expectations, some of the other songs have annoying clicks, that honestly make them hard to listen to. So much for ambience.


Genre: Ambient

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Along with Mark Laliberte and Chris McNamara, Windsor, Ontario-based multimedia artist Christopher Bissonnette founded Thinkbox, a collective that performed in galleries and clubs (including appearances at 2003's Movement Festival in Detroit and 2004's Mutek Festival in Montreal), and self-released a couple compilations (Settings and Guitar). Later in the decade, Bissonnette released a pair of quietly stirring ambient albums -- Periphery (2005) and the slightly darker In Between Words (2008) -- through...
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