Componisten: Adam Sonderberg | Anaïs Tuerlinckx | Anna Howson | Ben Vida | Colin Stetson | Danai Stratigopoulou | Éliane Radigue | Giorgos Hatzinasios | Holger Czukay | Hugh Small | James Ginzburg | Jeph Jerman | Jim Haynes | Joseph Clayton Mills | Karlheinz Stockhausen | Lee Patterson | Mads Emil Nielsen | Mira Martin-Gray | Paul Lansky | Philip Sulidae | Robert Curgenven | Rolf Dammers | Steven Hess | Thomas Ankersmit | Tim Barnes | Vanessa Rossetto
Electro-acoustische fragmenten, geïmproviseerde geluiden, vreemde liedjes en auditieve absurditeiten.
00:00 Resonator Spot
00:28 James Ginzburg – The Eyes, Behind
03:55 Philip Sulidae – Heat Sink with Decorative edges
05:30 Giorgos Hatzinasios – Games with old flicks
08:15 Danai Stratigopoulou – Balada De Matilde
11:30 VhdVhd – I
13:42 Haptic – Lost My Shape
17:00 Vazz – Mezquita
18:45 Lee Patterson & Vanessa Rossetto – Indication Of Presence
23:40 Ben Vida – RF6
27:00 Paul Lansky – Idle Chatter
30:00 Thomas Ankersmit – Perceptual Geography
33:00 Colin Stetson – Rain Like Curses
37:00 Mira Martin-Gray – Combinations in 3/8, Forte (Feedback)
38:35 Anais Tuerlicnkx – Gratterments
42:30 Robert Curgenven – Cornubia
47:30 Eliane Radigue – Naldjorlak I Part 2
51:10 Jeph Jerman & Tim Barnes – Bight
53:10 Mads Emil Nielsen – Endeavour (2020 Remaster)
56:12 Jim Haynes – Shortwave Radio Recordings On MiniDisc (2001-2012) Part II
58:00 Technical Space Composer’s Crew – Cruise
Throughout his career, James Ginzburg has shown a relentless desire to map the musical landscape’s distant poles. As half of industrial-experimental duo Emptyset he has wrestled with extremes, tearing apart techno and harsh noise frameworks and re-assembling them with endearing passion. Running the Subtext label, he has nurtured artists from across the musical spectrum, from avant jazz composer Yair Elazar Glotman and sound designer Aho Ssan, and acclaimed minimalist Ellen Arkbro, as well as co-running the Arc Light Editions imprint with BBC3 Late junction’s Jennifer Lucy Allan.
Philip Sulidae is a sound artist from Hobart, Tasmania.
Having already explored the archives of a number of overlooked Greek composers, Into The Light is now turning its attention to the uncharted territory of Greek film soundtracks of the 70s and 80s – a boom period for mystical, transcendental arthouse cinema in Greece.
Danai Stratigopoulou (born 8 February 1913 – died 18 January 2009) was a Greek singer, writer, and university academic. She acquired recognition in the literary world for translating the works of the Chilean nobel laureate Pablo Neruda into the Greek language.
Recorded march 2020. Field recorder, modular synthesizers.
Steven Hess, Joseph Clayton Mills & Adam Sonderberg. Electro-acoustic trio from Chicago
Vazz were from Glasgow, Scotland and existed in the mid-1980’s. The group consisted of Hugh Small (all music and instruments) and Anna Howson (all voices and lyrics) and were featured on the late, great John Peel show on BBC Radio One a few times.
Lee Patterson & Vanessa Rossetto.
Recorded, edited and composed 2010-2012 by file exchange between Austin, TX and Manchester, UK.
Ben Vida is a composer, improviser and artist. Vida’s work has been featured in Artforum, Modern Painters, The Paris Review, The New York Times, Art Review, Wire Magazine, The Creators Project, WIRED Magazine among others.
Paul Lansky (born 1944) is an American composer.Beginning in the mid 1960s Lansky was among the first to experiment with the computer for sound synthesis. Until 2004 this was his predominant focus. Since then he has concentrated on instrumental composition without any electronic involvement.
The music was created as a loosely structured piece for live performance in 2018-2019, commissioned by CTM in Berlin and Sonic Acts in Amsterdam, and premiered there on the GRM Acousmonium. The music is inspired by – and dedicated to – the pioneering research of American composer and installation artist Maryanne Amacher (1938-2009), and created entirely on the Serge Modular analog synthesizer.
olin Stetson (born March 3, 1975) is a Canadian-American saxophonist, multireedist, and composer based in Montreal. He is best known as a regular collaborator of the indie rock acts Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Bell Orchestre, and Ex Eye. In addition to saxophone, he plays clarinet, bass clarinet, French horn, flute, and cornet.
Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Martin-Gray is an improvising musician, producer and admittedly reluctant composer / sound artist / whatever whose work focuses on devising new methods for creating music accessibly. While her practice typically centers on the manipulation of no-input mixer feedback systems in an effort to to plumb the rich intersections between noise and melody, drone and rhythm, indeterminacy and control, ‘Stick Control’ exists in a strange pocket dimension all its own.
Explorations from within the frame of a broken piano.
Rubbing and tickling strings – with drone-based undercurrents in leviathanic apparitions; squeals of insects,- molluscs and intriguing shells; underwater singing and moaning – the work of Belgian musician and performer Anaïs Tuerlinckx entangles us into a captivating constellation of sound, full of roaring tensions, squeaky flashes and the occasional deep, resounding backwash wave.
Four pieces recorded in one afternoon at the Delta in Namur.
Robert Curgenven is an Ireland-based, Australian artist producing albums, performances & installations. His work emphasizes physicality, our embodied response to sound & its correspondence to location, air, weather & architecture. He’s produced works for National Gallery of Australia, Palazzo Grassi Venice & Transmediale and performed at festivals such as Maerzmusik, TodaysArt, Sonic Acts & Gamma
Éliane Radigue is a French electronic music composer. She began working in the 1950s and her first compositions were presented in the late 1960s. Until 2000 her work was almost exclusively created with the ARP 2500 modular synthesizer and tape. Since 2001 she has composed mainly for acoustic instruments.
Jeph Jerman/Tim Barnes.
Recorded in and around Cottonwood AZ and Louisville KY, April – December 2014.
Mads Emil Nielsen.
Originally released as limited edition C30 tape on Plant Migration Records in 2014, the four pieces on Nielsen’s first solo release are based on short orchestral and percussive samples manipulated by various synthesizer modules and effects processors. Variations are created by emphasizing different frequencies, harmonics, sections of short loops and the various surprises that result from the idiosyncrasies of each machine.
Jim Haynes with a set of often bizarre shortwave recordings including Soviet-era Buzzer signals, a Romanian language lesson, Morse code transmission, a WWCR / Alex Jones broadcast, Radio Damascus and a conspiracy theorist speaking about fluoride and water fluorination.
Technical Space Composer’s Crew.
Inspired by his studies with Karlheinz Stockhausen, fascination with radios, electronics and multi-tracking studio and collage techniques, Holger Czukay together with technician/engineer Rolf Dammers decided to try and create their own works.