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www.reconsiderate.comDernière visite : avril 2010

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Have you ever found yourself stopped dead in your tracks by something that seems like it should have been very obvious, but hadn't occurred to you? And then you find yourself reflecting in retrospect, rethinking your entire approach and wondering how you'd gotten to such a state that you'd overlook something so important, so fundamental? Yeah. That's Reconsiderate.

All perceptions, thoughts, opinions, strategies, memories and et cetera are based on axioms-- assertive assumptions that cannot be proven. For Reconsiderate, the most inspirational experience is one that shatters these axioms and leaves him in a place that is unfamiliar and unstable, yet lucid and real. Such experiences remind him that absolutely anything is possible, and that he plays a role in determining what comes to pass in his life.

This is the fundamental concept around which Reconsiderate's thoughts are based, and toward which his work in music and other media strives.

The word itself, "reconsiderate", can be understood as an adjective that means "able and willing to adapt". It is rightly applied to anyone who understands that his axioms must meet with destruction, and who welcomes that destruction, knowing that life begins anew immediately afterward.

Reconsiderate's music sounds a bit like Bjork and John Linnell (from They Might Be Giants) got together and had a baby, but it got orphaned in some terrible accident, and was then picked up and raised by Tool. Technically speaking, the songs are composed with computer software, usually in a loop-based style. Some of them are instrumental, while others have lyrics. In those with lyrics, the words are often brooding in mood, and are delivered in a half-sung, half-spoken style. It's great if you're into unusual sounds.

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