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Speed Dating, written instead for chamber octet, is perhaps the leading piece of the CD: a frenetic polyphony of melodic fragments that chase each other incessantly.
Also interesting are Clicktrack, for twelve percussionists divided into three groups of four that, by exploring the timbral effects that this multifaceted instrumental section makes available, interlock themselves in succession, following a common timeline." [FULL ARTILCE] - ALL MUSIC "as varied and whimsical as his pieces are, there is always a sense of coherence and competence behind the seemingly chaotic surfaces, giving the music intellectual clarity, and while it is challenging and requires a thoughtful disposition for appreciation, this disc is reasonably accessible and entertaining because of Applebaum's wry wit and ingenuity.
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Applebaum multitracked himself reciting comic, politically sharp-edged ruminations about Nestlé, General Motors and Halliburton, with clever wordplay yielding terrific rhythmic counterpoint." [FULL ARTICLE] - SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE "a virtuoso of semi-abstract wordplay, as he demonstrates in “Three Unlikely Corporate Sponsorships,” a triptych of verbal sculpture that progresses from the simple skewering of brand names and advertising through an increasingly fervent (though wittily ambivalent) political critique.
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