Genre: Ambient, Experimental, Electronic
I've seen DJ Spooky perform twice, both times being an artistic performance. He was once known for his DJ work, but these days he's moved to poetry, artistic sound pieces, and collaborations with many various persons throughout the art world.
This album is a very arty piece. Recordings were made in the arctic, and made into these very intricate soundscape pieces that are very much worth enjoying, especially if you are a fan of the more arty ambient music.
I wont waste your time, you'll either love or hate this, so I'll leave it up to you to figure out which.
DJ Spooky - Of Water and Ice