erik honore

~ Image By Erik Johansson

“We are being made aware that the organization of society on the principle of private profit, as well as public destruction, is leading both to the deformation of humanity by unregulated industrialism, and to the exhaustion of natural resources, and that a good deal of our material progress is a progress for which succeeding generations may have to pay dearly.”  
~ Quote T.S.Eliot

Migration
Arve Henriksen

ARVE HENRIKSEN  -  Migration
from Cartography (ECM, 2008)

Arve Henriksen - trumpet
Eivind Aarset - guitar
Lars Danielsson - double-bass
Erik Honore - synthesizer, samples
Jan Bang - samples, beats, programming

This album can take you to places that are “measureless to man” but what sets it apart from similar sonic explorations is its humanity, its power to move the listener. It sings.

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anonymous asked:

Headcanon suggestion: When Magneto was young, he looked up to his uncle Erich a lot, since Erich tended to believe in fighting back against the Nazis, even to the point of staying behind in the ghetto in order to join the resistance while the rest of the family escaped. Maybe Magneto chose the name Erik in honor of his uncle?

Heck I thought that was just cannon (though I see the whole ‘picked the name from a grave thing, but I think Erich had some influence)! I like it a lot either way! Thanks for sharing!