school of seven bells

Alpinisms is a particularly apt title for an album whose songs inspire the kind of transcendental feelings one finds atop wind-swept summits. In fact, the album title is a derivation of René Daumal's concept of alpinism, which he defined as "the art of climbing mountains." For the Bells, alpinisms are "mountain-climbing songs," both literally and metaphorically.

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pound the runway.

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The name 10:32 denies its humanity, all numerals and punctuation, and yet the music is melodic, inviting; the word “vanitas” is Latin for “emptiness” (ironically, it also refers to “the arts”), and yet 10:32’s music is painstakingly choreographed, as content-rich as any classical composition. 10:32 baits the listener with electronic manipulation while his heart pumps warm blood.