Brian Eno altered the course of both pop and experimental music. He is now 70 years old. After leaving Roxy Music in 1973, he went on to become one of the most widely extolled producers of the late 20th century. He’s also become a legendary solo artist in his own right...
“This Flow’r whose fragrance tender With sweetness fills the air, Dispels with glorious splendor The darkness ev’rywhere. True Man, yet very God; From sin and death He saves us And lightens ev’ry load.”
Have you ever noticed how your headphones smell? Do you expect a review of headphones talking about the olfactory qualities of the product? The recent review by Wired demonstrates the necessity of a multisensory product design:
“Perfumers actually compound music: perfumery is to olfaction what music is to hearing and painting to sight.” – CHRISTOPHE LAUDAMIEL
Dana El Masri, the Jazmin Saraï perfumer, is “inspired by the concept of synesthesia, cross-modality and Septimus Piesse’s The art of perfumery.
In a bold move and as a special treat, Christophe Laudamiel and DreamAir have decided to divulge the 2015 formula of the Air Sculpture® Finnish-Hungarian Osmolanguage #5.
The Ensemble for Experimental Music and Art / EMU works at the limits of art and science.
Ephemera brings together scent and sound. The label presents olfactory compositions based on musical resonances and reverberations.