The Music From Diamondis

By James Wadman

“Dark clouds sat low on the horizon, nearly taking the form of mountains on another shore. Above him, however, was only the starlit sky. Here at the end of the world he sat in peace, watching the waves crash into the white foam of a black-pebbled beach. There was an ocean before him, and for the first time he knew that there was nothing beyond the clouds cradling the moon and stars. All that existed or ever could exist in this world were figments of his memory or, much like a dream, an unconscious rendering of what was loosely captured by peripheral attention and stored away.”

-James Wadman, from Diamondis

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Music was integral to the writing of Diamondis. Even the most purely visual descriptions were inspired by the sounds of strings, ambient reverb over a piano’s resonance, and the earth’s orchestrated silence. Today I am presenting the first two songs from my Diamondis album. These songs are intended to compliment the storyline of my story.

 

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