Componisten: Abby Lee Tee | Alyssa Moxley | Beatriz Ferreyra | Ben Bondy | Bethan Kellough | Bryan Day | Enrico Malatesta | Francesco Cavaliere | Giovanni Lami | Goncalo F. Cardoso | James Rushford | Jean-Luc Guionnet | Judith Hamann | Kusunoki Shigeo | Liz Harris | Peter Rehberg | Phil Julian | Ruth Rosenthal | Sewer Election | Seymour Glass | Sylvia Hallett | Tomoko Sauvage | Xavier Klaine
Electro-acoustische fragmenten, geïmproviseerde geluiden, vreemde liedjes en auditieve absurditeiten.
00:00 Resonator spot
00:28 Phil Julian – Open Form
03:13 Peter Rehberg – Black Holes
07:33 Abby Lee Tee – Hausberg IV
09:27 Beatriz Ferreyra – Canto del loco (Mad Man’s Song)
13:23 Ben Bondy – Spangled (with Stella)
15:45 Alyssa Moxley – Subduction
18:07 Jean-Luc Guionnet – II B 2
20:30. James Rushford – U+25CF
24:40 Winter Family – Chevaliers part 1
28:33 Nuova Superficie (Giovanni Lami & Enrico Malatesta) – Mélange Side A
32:36 Sewer Election – Avskuren
34:25 Sylvia Hallett – Bolt And Latch
36:25 Kusunoki Shigeo – Longing for the Shadow
39:51 Francesco Cavaliere & Tomoko Sauvage – Jade Lake
43:40 Bryan Day & Seymour Glass – Shuddering Coils
45:30 Judith Hamann – A Coffin Spray
53:17 Papillon – Les cannes
55:20 Bethan Kellough – A Song of Wings
57:40 Grouper – Living Room
Phil Julian is a UK based composer and improviser active since the late 1990s principally working with modular electronic devices and computers.
Audio works by Julian (and under the Cheapmachines alias) have been published on labels including Entr’acte, The Tapeworm, Superpang, Harbinger Sound, Banned Production, Confront Recordings, Conditional, Staalplaat (Open Circuit imprint), Beartown Records, con-v as well as numerous compilation appearances.
Peter Rehberg, also known as Pita, was a British-Austrian composer of electronic audio works. He was the head of Editions Mego, which he founded in 2006 as a successor to Mego.
Abby Lee Tee.
Alongside his work in numerous collaborations and bands, Austrian musician Abby Lee Tee has been releasing a steady stream of constantly-evolving solo material since 2009; merging various influences from instrumental hip hop to electronica, and now finding himself in the cutting-edge world of experimental. Therein, he follows a natural instinct for playful narrative and continues to nurture a passion for field recordings and unusual instruments.
Beatriz Ferreyra is one of only a few female concrète composers who were active across the second half of the 20th century through to today. Her work, which is still very much an active investigation, is simultaneously complex and elegantly simple. Often drawing upon singular object of focus, Ferreyra’s use of tape and other forms of manipulation radically reconfigure her chosen sound materials, opening them outward.
Ben Bondy makes ambient music shot through with sharp, pristinely mixed drums. This album for Huerco S.’s label is psychedelic in a way that suggests a faint sense of nausea or discomfort.
Alyssa Moxley is an artist that works with sound, listening, memory, and environment. Her works include field recording, musical composition and performance, film sound design, choreography, interactive sculpture and sonic interventions.
After more than three decades with the alto, heavyweight French artist and multi-instrumentalist Jean-Luc Guionnet arrives with his debut solo saxophone recording, a double-LP masterpiece, “l’épaisseur de l’air” (the thickness of air). Recorded in a barn in Brittany, the album merges texture, repetition, gesturality and architectural acoustics to create a definitive statement on the profound physical relationship between improviser and instrument. A student of Xenakis’ at the Sorbonne, Guionnet imbues the language of the saxophone with a sensual richness rife with a devastating sense of bliss.
James Rushford is an Australian composer-performer, whose work is drawn from specific concrète, improvised, avant-garde and collagist languages.
Winter Family is Ruth Rosenthal (Jerusalem) & Xavier Klaine (Lotharingia). They met in Jaffa in 2004. Winter Family published 3 albums on Sub Rosa, Alt.vinyl, Ici d’Ailleurs. Their ‘weird wave’ or ‘funeral pop’ music is minimal, dark, politic. Xavier plays pipe organs, harmoniums, philicorda, piano and Ruth plays machines, drums and voice. They performs in churches, clubs, galeries and venues and sometimes Saralei their daughter perform with them. They create also documentary theater shows on tour all over the world.
Nuova Superficie is a duo of Giovanni Lami & Enrico Malatesta. Horizontal actions in progress, a slowly change and a melt all over the course of the performance, this is the ground idea in the duo.Sound originates from several speakers placed in the space in an eterogenous way, and – in general – from different diffusion points, amplified or not, analog or acoustic, in a non-referential movement.
Experimental/Noise artist from Sweden. Sewer Election is part of the inner circle of iDEAL and has an unique power to transfer hopelessness into sound.
Sylvia Hallett is a composer and improviser, working with instruments (violin, hurdy-gurdy, saw,) and objects (bowed bicycle wheel, bowed branches etc) alongside simple live sound processing. She has worked extensively with dancers and in theatre, most recently with choreographer Miranda Tufnell on a tour of outdoor site specific venues in Northumberland. Recent albums: Tree Time and Bolt and Latch.
Emerging during the early stages of the recording industry in Japan, the ryūkōka style adopted western classical, blues & jazz elements into traditional and classical Japanese music.
This collection of 1920s & 30s ryūkōka recordings follows on from the Kouta Katsutaro tape we put out a couple of years back, and further captures the hauntingly unique sound of a cultural merging that was starting to reflect itself via popular song, ahead of the widespread influence of western pop music during post-war US occupation.
Francesco Cavaliere & Tomoko Sauvage.
Francesco Cavaliere and Tomoko Sauvage embody a tactile audio visual display, radiating the color green into sounds and painting meditative music. By transforming collected objects into invented instruments and scenography, each motif becomes a dedication to a specific situation, an anecdote or a symbol, sometimes real and other times absurd, that the artists have encountered through their travels and conversations: the Chinese myth about a man wearing a green hat, naming convention of Japanese traffic lights, or even the imaginary chants of frolicking twin dolphins. This inspired the duo’s personal research on experimenting with raw and synthesized idiophones, stage landscape design, spontaneous field recording and organized improvisation.
Bryan Day & Seymour Glass.
Bryan Day is an instrument builder, improviser, and creator of Public Eyesore. Seymour Glass is an american musician and creator of Bananafish magazine as well as Founder of Stomach Ache Records. label. https://tanzprocesz.bandcamp.com/album/crooked-doppler
Judith Hamann is a cellist and performer/composer from Naarm/Birraranga (Melbourne), Australia, now based in Berlin. “Long been recognised as one of Australia’s foremost contemporary-music cellists” (RealTime Arts), Judith’s performance practice stretches across various genres encompassing elements of improvised, contemporary classical, experimental, and popular music. Currently their work is focused on an examination of expressions and manifestations of ‘shaking’ in solo performance practice, a collection of new works for cello and humming, and ongoing research surrounding ‘collapse’ and the ‘de-mastering’ of instrumental practice.
Papillon is the project of Discrepant head honcho, Gonçalo F Cardoso (with guest appearances by Cédric Stevens and Kink Gong, Mike Cooper and Yannick Dauby). Taking inspiration from the 1969 French adventure book of the same name, Papillon explores the sonic interzones between dream and nightmare. Through the use of augmented field recordings, Papillon uses the ‘exotic’ jungle as the starting point to develop a dense and evocative sound where ethnic recordings, impromptu synth jams, modular synthesis and foley art effects come together to create a quasi-mystical crackpot mix of esoteric visions, near death experiences, shamanism, fever deliriums and lucid dreaming.
Bethan Kellough is a sound artist and composer. She specialises in creating immersive sound-worlds, drawing from environmental sound and field recording practices. Her ambisonic compositions and installations have been exhibited internationally, and her debut release on Touch was listed in Rolling Stone’s 20 Best Avant Albums of 2016. Other sound work includes additional music for Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life, sound design for Occulus Rift VR experience SPHERES, and field recordings for the New York Times Magazine’s Voyages issue 2018. She holds a PhD from the University of Glasgow.
Grouper is the solo project of American musician, artist and producer Liz Harris. Grouper has collaborated with a number of other artists, including Xiu Xiu, Tiny Vipers (Mirrorring), Roy Montgomery, The Bug, Lawrence English (Slow Walkers), and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma (Raum).