Boozoo Bajou’s Jan Mayen Epitomizes Abstract in Visual and Audio

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Feb 21, 2013 • References: boozoobajou & artnau
Boozoo Bajou’s Jan Mayen, which gets is name from a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean, is the music video for the artist's upcoming EP.

Directed by Michael Fragstein at Büro Achter April, the video and the audio are both extremely abstract. The subject matter, if existent, is universally unclear for the purpose of creating an eight minute multi-sensory experience is a subjective and contemplative. Ambient music is not everyone's cup of tea. If you think ambient is too abstract, definitely try giving this one a listen.

The sounds created in Jan Mayen have a very cinematic effect with flexible plot lines that are meant for the listeners to fill in. The visual disambiguation of colors complement the melody of the song quite nicely and altogether create a niche and personal experience. Stats for Utterly Abstract Music Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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