“Organic Music Tapes Vol.3”, the third instalment in Tiago Sousa’s ongoing series, continues to develop a freeform dual approach to organic and fluid compositions for Piano and Organ – this time adding a real church tube organ to the proceedings.
Evolving from the foundation laid in the first two volumes, Sousa introduces the pipe organ into his signature piano compositions, expanding his sonic palette into an even more otherworldly organic realm.
Much like its predecessors, “Organic Music Tapes Vol.3” immerses listeners in a nebulous sonic landscape, where the compositions exist in a nebulae-like state— eternally floating over stars and planets. The contours of these musical pieces are indefinite and indeterminate, refusing to settle or conform, a testament to Sousa’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of traditional minimalism while still paying respect to the American pioneers of the genre, such as Terry Riley and Steve Reich.
Enter then the third volume and be locked in a new theatre of eternal music by an artists that keeps pushing his own style to ebullient highs.
One-time edition of 100 tapes and digital