Milan W. - In Bloom - ElMuelle1931
Milan W. - In Bloom - ElMuelle1931
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Milan W. - In Bloom

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Universal Exports /  Belgium  / 2020

Generative music seems to imply a systems  approach to music, or a system that once created can utilise randomness in a creative way. The benevolence of nature’s creativity belies this musical term, and can flip the word  ‘generative’ to mean to involve constantly flowing creativity with purpose. In Europe there was a time in the Pagan Renaissance when architecture would mirror nature’s  generative quality. Sculptures and columns were to imply animation or movement. That’s where Milan W.’s album comes through in 2020. His music involves the  night shadows of Europe’s architecture  and its growth. In Bloom personifies itself  by showing Antwerp’s influential ‘Night Play’: a term that can relate to many European cities such as Bologna, Vienna, and so on and so on. The leftovers of Renaissance
and gothic architecture are everywhere in Europe still; layers of ruins that can generate the impression of simultaneous time periods. Tracks like Spa and Helium Queen reveal and revel in the power of shadow movement that is generated by the night. In Milan W.’s past works, the poignant and simple creative play of dark wave and synth beat music was his vehicle for expression, but now on In Bloom he departs to a touching sidereal impressionism allied with Coil’s instrumental pieces on Horse Rotorvator — an album whose cover portrays the potential powers of the pavilion just as Milan W. is portraying the generative soul and alienation of Europe’s
‘Night Play’. Because of In Bloom we can come to believe that there is a secretive
energy in alienation, a playfulness that is  alight at Night [Spencer Clark].