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William Brittelle with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble

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Time Out says

Listening to Television Landscape, a fascinating new full-length from classically trained local art-pop composer William Brittelle, one can only believe that a wholesale return to complexity and interconnectedness has finally returned to pop. The cohesive 50-minute album plays like a glorious reclamation of all sorts of lush sounds that crusty rock critics have vilified for years; fusion-inspired guitar shredding, passionate sax solos, boldly retro synths and a wholly sincere sense of pathos unite in a kind of avant-soft-rock opus. Brittelle performs the work here tonight, including his first live vocals in years; the players of ACME introduce Brittelle's new electroacoustic chamber piece, Future Shock.


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