“Future Shock for String Quartet, Mvmt. 2”[audio:http://alarm-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/02-Future-Shock-for-String-Quartet-Mvmt.-2.mp3|titles=Future Shock for String Quartet, Mvmt. 2]
In the summer of 2010, Brooklyn-based composer/performer William Brittelle released Television Landscape, an art-rock epic that combined rock, pop, and classical in infectious song structures. Next month, Brittelle makes his return with Loving the Chambered Nautilus, composed for (and likewise performed by) the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME), a talented collection of chamber players. On Nautilus, Brittelle focuses more on progressive arrangements, creating a highly psychological, imaginative experience of true musical sustenance.