Phonophobia: Jarl mit Fortsetzung zu Hyperacusis

Jarl hat noch im alten Jahr mit “Phonophobia” einen stilistisch ähnlich gearteten Nachfolger zu seinem im letzten Februar erschienenen Album “Hyperakusis” herausgebracht. Das neue Werk steht erneut im Bezug zum Themenkomplex der Geräuschempfindlichkeit, an der Künstler selbst leidet. Das Album erscheint als CD, Tape und digital bei Zoharum.

“While “Hyperacusis” was an attempt to explore this phenomenon and has shown it through the sound and final composition of songs directly influencing the peculiar nature of the album, “Phonophobia” refers directly to the issue of psychology and clinical psychiatry, where, thanks to methodically developed sound structures, arranged and marked appropriately on the scale of impact i ntensity with numbers 1-3, it recreates the world of sounds, closed in the mind of a person suffering from this ailment. Here, the space is suddenly filled with high-ntensity sound waves, stimulating the listener to active reception and strongly influencing his psyche (at the same time). The feeling of rising does not disappear here even for a moment and accompanies the last sound on the album. After it, there is absolute silence, becoming a counterpoint to the music that resounds in the head for some time.” (Zoharum)