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© 2017-2418 The Lowest of Low. (Il Più Basso del Basso.) Orgogliosamente creato utilizzando wix.com perché siamo parsimoniosi (e alcuni dicono, pigri).

Ninth song, fourth album.  When Tiangong-1, the “Palace of Heaven” fell out of orbit and was hurtling in an uncontrolled descent towards our little planet in April 2018, the “potential crash sites” covered a curvy path that covered roughly half the planet.  Much, I know, was made of this in Brazil and other South American countries, and a little here in Italy.  As a great enthusiast for the Chinese Space Program, I was devastated by this, and also a little bit worried that the damned spacecraft would actually fall on me.  Rather than stress out about it, I wrote a song and made a video.  I’d wanted to give traditional Chinese drumming (in particular) the “electronic treatment” for quite a while before this, as I’m a great fan of it since childhood, and it’s always made me really excited every time I hear it.  This event, which fortunately didn’t harm any humans, was able to crystallise the idea of melding traditional Chinese instrumentation with electro in a way that really satisfies me, and kind of also conveys the feeling really good Chinese drumming always gives me. 

 

I think the video is quite poignant. You can see it in the “Media” section here, or click on the link below that takes you directly to the Youtube Channel (please subscribe while you are there!)

 

The Lowest of Low | Waiting For Tiangong (from Horus Tweets)

 

I hope you enjoy it.

Waiting For Tiangong (Horus Tweets) The Lowest of Low

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