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Dignitas Supremus
(Dalí)

This piece is part of Mahatma Dalí’s forthcoming full-length, Lux Lucis, with its sonic focus being on illustrating an emergence from the Shadow and onward into the Light. The structure of the song being, in part, influenced by Carl Jung’s philosophies concerning Self and Ego: While the Self can Shine, it can’t remain free of Ego’s influence forever as both are codependent on one another. That being said, the track starts within the Shadow (Ego), rises to Light (Self), and returns from which it came (the Shadow).

Mahatma Dalí, a composer of vanishing-point music, strives to provide the masses with a unique listening experience. While the sustained tone branch of minimalist music is about as far away from music as it can get before it ceases to be musical, there is something undeniably rhythmic and hypnotic about it — the very things M. Dalí accentuates on.

The harmonic (and quasi-harmonic) tone-clusters that culminate M. Dalí’s brand of dronology are riveting in a way that becomes increasingly difficult to describe as it plays out. When you couple this with the conceptual soundscapes that they articulate within, you’ll find what the ear would otherwise dismiss as tumultuous becomes a sonic scenery wherein which your imagination is the only limiting factor in this auditory experience.

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