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On the one hand these field recordings, all described on the cover, recorded between and in France, Hungary and Spain and which have a fine texture. The rumblings of gates, wind, railway lines and such like work great with the saxophone playing of Rives. In 'Autorail' it's very lengthy, very noisy almost in a sine wave like manner, and sometimes almost like being entirely absent in 'Poplars'. Perhaps only in 'The Poets House', we hear the saxophone more dominantly than the field recordings. This could a hit and miss release, but I think in these five pieces it works wonderfully well.
This might be such a case. For three weeks he stayed at the 'Performance Arts Forum' in France, housed in a former convent school. He explored this apparently big building by playing sounds in small corners, big halls, but also recorded the doors, planks, and electricity switches as well as prepared out of tune pianos.
The result is a piece of music that lasts forty-one minutes and which holds somewhere between sound art, electro-acoustic composition, improvisation and field recordings. It starts out with just more loosely organised sounds - we are entering the building - but there are also more long form sounds, more resonating electro magnetic fields for instance.
Or working with an iron bar on a fence. It seems to me none of this has been electronically altered or processed, but changes come from moving around the microphone and perhaps some equalisation. Sometimes the piece seems a bit too fragmented for my taste. Maybe I would have enjoyed a bit more dialogue between these sounds and perhaps less scattered around in single out pieces. It's however, altogether, quite a fine work. They seem like photo-shopped but perhaps this is not the case.
It's hard to say, but it surely looks great. Each of these pictures is an inspiration for the group Mathon to produce a piece of music. This is their sixth record. Two previous releases were reviewed in Vital Weekly and The desolation of the pictures is something that is very workable for the mood music of Mathon.
It would be too easy to say that Mathon plays ambient music, although by and large that is what they do. They use lots of synthesizers, set to 'long sustain', add a click like rhythm in a few sparse places. When coming to the third side of this package, there is also more electro-acoustic sound added to this otherwise delightful ambient music. Now the music is combination of ambient with these strange field recordings or instruments, but it still works very well together.
All of this has a desolated feel to it. In Rhaeto-Romanic the title means 'lost places' and this is a soundtrack to such lost places. The most 'musical' pieces are on the fourth side and maybe those break too much with the three preceding sides, but if you would look upon these as an afterthought, it works quite well. On 'Culp' seems to be out of place with its guitar and jazz like rhythm.
Otherwise: top class product offering audio and visual beauty. Shit piss. I expected this to be two sides of harsh noise walls, but it's actually something different. This is punk, but slower and longer, with an extended role for the trumpet and a voice that recites more than it sings.
Each of the twelve or so pieces is brought with much energy, much volume and much aggression. Something suggests that this is less demented than it sounds and especially looks, even when the lyrics are about nurses, death and chemotherapies. The production is all very much directly in your face, like standing at the front, near the stage.
This has the great quality of everything post punk. The drive, the energy, doing something different than whatever else is out there. Maybe this was recorded as part of some healing ritual?
It seems to me that these people exactly know what they are doing and the whole distasteful cover thing is just as planned as the music sounds organised. Limited to copies, their bandcamp page says. With a fine printed cover and insert, something also says I may not believe that. Who cares? Absolutely great record that keeps growing and growing on me.
Like cancerous growth perhaps. First we have Reconnaissance Fly, a combo comprised of Chris Broderick c-melody saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinetAmanda Chaudhary electric piano, piano, organ, electronicsPolly Moller voice, flute, Erupzius - Mathon - Lieus Pers (File flute, heat sinkLarry The O drums, percussion and Tim Walters bass, computer. A melting pot of many influences: rock, latin, funk, improvisation, jazz, etc. Zappa-esque music in a way. Theatrical and a bit bombastic.
Humour is not for away is this eclectic journey. The lyrics are taken from email spam and called spam-poems or spoems. Very capable performers, although the singing by Moller is a weak spot in my experience. MP3) my piece of cake. Tri-Cornered Tent Show is an improvisation group that explores music inspired by H. Everett started his first group in and many were to follow. Also Flores and Schaeffer started in the 60s. So we are talking here of a bunch of experienced musicians. Valentina O is of a younger generation, an eclectic vocalist working as a opera singer, actor, performer, etc.
They present an unusual blend of blues-rooted psychedelica and avant garde, Erupzius - Mathon - Lieus Pers (File. Loosely constructed and played pieces. With an important role for the electric lapharp. The vocal performance by Valentina O however is the crucial element. Her acrobatics and expression give flesh and blood to their weird excursions. This is a 'non-esoteric attempt MP3) portray, in a fake field recording fasion, our personal understand and interpretation generalization of the intermediate states of awareness that oddly groggily lie between hope and despair, tragedy Erupzius - Mathon - Lieus Pers (File dream'.
I have no idea what that means. I am not sure to what extend Lopes added anything, or whether he was just shuffling Leblanc sounds around. Here we have four pieces. One is about three minutes, and the longest is close to twenty-seven total length however being forty-four minutes. The music seems to be all electronic and quite moody, but not in a regular sort of drone way.
Leblanc seems to me is more an improvising mind, with perhaps a love for all things modern classical. That is most apparent in that one track that uses the piano, the short 'Dichotomic Syntony'.
In the other piece it's all more electronic and highly moody, but also quite playful. That's something I quite enjoy actually. It stretches the boundaries of your perception a bit more. Oh yes, it's a bit ambient like, but hang on, there seems to be more to it. That sort of thing. It works out very nicely. Not always as great, or perhaps innovative, but it's a most pleasant release. They recorded this seventy-five minute piece last summer in Berlin. This is a very quiet work.
I MP3) it up in an audio-editor, normalized it and even then it's very much inaudible. I am not sure why this is. When it's so quiet it's likely others will do this too, so why not make the whole thing louder? One long piece, all chopped up in smaller section, but cut as one piece on the CDR. There is lots of careful strumming and scraping, a bit of plucking the strings and all along there is a bit of oscillators neatly humming somewhere.
This is quite an enjoyable release, but perhaps a very long one, although I think the longitude is part of the idea behind this. It seems to me music without commitment, without much thought, but rather a steady stream of different sounds. I assume he still plays oscillators here, making a short sound, of variable lengths, and silence inbetween, lots of silence actually. Maybe this is supposed to be some sort of zen meditation thing, but it somehow eluded me.
Maybe we should see the score? Here we have field recordings and an occasional guitar bump, which may occur only three times. There are also some static crackles here and there.
I am not sure what this all is about, really. Is it very conceptual in some way? Is there a score that tells these musicians what to do? Or is it all about field recordings in the end? That's the sort of thing I was wondering about, really. Subscribe via Email. Posting Lebih Baru Posting Lama. Click To Add Comments.
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