Can music take us to seventh heaven? Picture: Shutterstock/Pictures Alliance Pictures

Can music carry us to orgasm? Or a minimum of give us an intense emotional expertise that might assist stir want? To search out out, attempt listening to a brand new album that guarantees to supply a slice of this seventh heaven, as all of its tracks had been created from recordings of actual orgasms.

That’s the problem the producer and composer Matt Emery took on for the LELO model. The “Prolonged Pleasure” EP options 5 tracks that blend a number of types of music, resembling jazz, classical, hip hop and rock.

To make this album, orgasms had been “donated” by strangers and {couples}, together with aged lovers, a menopausal girl, a pansexual girl, a heterosexual couple and a bisexual couple, explains the model.

Then, Emery remodeled these sounds into sound waves, which kind the premise of each monitor on the “Prolonged Pleasure” album.

“When emulating the orgasms and turning them into musical items, I composed the music writing to the precise orgasm sounds to seize the vitality, tempo, and really feel of every particular person expertise, which additionally helped determine which style must be paired with every orgasm,” explains the composer.

Each bit of music is ready in its personal auditory ambiance. Saxophone, acoustic guitar, piano or percussion devices transport the listener, taking in types from jazz to fashionable classical, lo-fi hip hop, submit rock and ’70s dance.

The Prolonged Pleasure album could also be listened to from Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer. AP/JB

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