Sui Generis [Speaking Terms]

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Sui Generis is a Latin expression, literally meaning of its own kind/genus or unique in characteristics. The expression is often used in analytic philosophy to indicate an idea, an entity, or a reality which cannot be included in a wider concept.

This philosophical definition is fitting for our next artist because Sui Generis, as a musician, is not a sound that can be easily described in words.  He seems set on the idea to redefine a new concept of rhythm within all his tracks.  Everything seems unique, and Speaking Terms really shows this.  Despite being a repetitive instrumental at heart, SG tweaks it with just enough tempo and variation to give it it’s own little vibe.  So without trying to butcher it in words,

Here’s what Keytars & Violins had to say…

K&V: “You can tell a bit about an artist just from the label they appear on. Sui Generis has featured with Rush Hour and Soma, so you know there is going to be elements of techno and house. What you might not know until you listen is just how amazing it sounds.”

Sui Generis – Speaking Terms *


One thought on “Sui Generis [Speaking Terms]

    Krepyw said:
    Monday, May 24, 2010 at 3:16 PM, is AWESOME! Thanx for this site!!!

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