martes, 23 de agosto de 2016

Micah Blue Smaldone. The Ring of The Rise



Micah Blue Smaldone. The Ring of The Rise (immune, 2013)

The Ring of the Rise continues Micah’s relentless efforts to mine future truths from the past, this time hauling out a slab of marble spanning the 1950’s through the 1970’s, veined with slapback echoes, plate reverbs, tube equipment, and hefty old American iron. The sounds are both new and familiar, tugging at a collective consciousness particular to our era, where the past clamors for reconciliation with the future. 






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viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice. Buck Dharma



Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice. Buck Dharma (time-lag, 2005)

James Jackson, Steven J. Taveniere, G Lucas Crane, Heidi Diehl, Jessica Bowen & Tovah Olson






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lunes, 15 de agosto de 2016

Black Forest/Black Sea. Portmanteau



Black Forest/Black Sea. Portmanteau (secret eye, 2008)

Jeffrey Alexander, Margot Goldberg, Miriam Goldberg & Joseph Grimm






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jueves, 11 de agosto de 2016

Black Vines. Black Vines



Black Vines. Black Vines (fluid audio, 2014)


"Birthed between the burning fields of Kansas and the surreal landscape of the New Mexican desert, Black Vines is a dense layering of monophonic drones, delayed sitar and large scale cello arrangements. 

Combining the distorted and blackened influence of Aaron Martin’s recent solo and collaborative work with Joseph Angelo’s love of ragas, industrial noise and meditative minimalism, the eight elegiac strands of Black Vines are tribute to redemptive growth that occurs in the shadows." Fluid Audio


https://aar0nmartin.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/black-vines/comment-page-1/

http://fluidaudio.bigcartel.com/product/black-vines









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martes, 9 de agosto de 2016

domingo, 7 de agosto de 2016

viernes, 5 de agosto de 2016

United Bible Studies. Spoicke



United Bible Studies. Spoicke (fluid audio, 2013)

"With Spoicke, United Bible Studies continues its examination of textured improvised stillness, or what Simon Cummings referred to as a “loose weave tapestry, where broad gestures sit comfortably beside more intricate, filigree passages.” Recorded for the 2009 VPRO festival in Amsterdam, Spoicke introduces baritone Scarborough-Fair minstrelsy and whirling electronic dervishes in the same breath. Billowing curtains of harp and voice are incised with guitar, percussion and lyrical aphorisms. Not so much inventive as it is self-inventing, and not so much electroacoustic as it is dreamscaped and CTRL+Shifted, this deceptively complex composing ethic will reach out to the acoustic purists and the electron snipers in almost equal measures. And don’t even say the word genre out loud."

http://www.facebook.com/unitedbiblestudies





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