Somewhere, in some alternative reality, there is a film to correspond with Jonathan Delehanty’s “Prisms Opposed to Prudence” – an art-house movie heavy on beautiful imagery, light on narrativity (like a good art-house flick should be). “Prisms”, Moon Glyph’s 7th release, began as Delehanty’s response to a near failing grade he’d earned in a Philosophy of Music class at a local university. But what started as an act of revenge, crystallized into a korg-damaged opus that can be described as a noise-baroque cycle of synth auto-didacticism.
Prisms Opposed To Prudence
1. A Prism Opposed To Prudence
1. Cosmic Rejoicing At The Reincarnation Of Moondog