Electro-acoustische fragmenten, geïmproviseerde geluiden, vreemde liedjes en auditieve absurditeiten.
00:00 Resonator Spot
00:30 John Wall – v02 [ III ]
03:00 Marja Ahti – The Bon Voyage
07:25 Annea Lockwood – Into the Vanishing Point
11:20 Jan Jelinek – The Raw and The Cooked (Zwischen_Raum)
15:36 Savvas Metaxas & Renato Grieco – 84100 Side A
18:07 FUJI||||||||||TA – taki
22:30 David Toop, Akio Suzuki, Lawrence English – The Quietening Of Rocks
24:45 Carlos Casas – Pugot Pugot
30:22 Marina Rosenfeld – Sweetest Sensation
35:10 Felisha Ledesma – Beamsplitters
37:29 Feloneezy – Now I’m Gonna Miss Another One
41:10 Cabaret Voltaire – Fools Game – Sluggin fer Jesus (Part Three)
44:35 Helm – Portland Axis I
48:20 Ossia – Concrete
51:16 Lee Gamble – Fata Morgana
56:20 Sarah Davachi – Canyon Walls
John Wall is an English autodidact electronic composer, whose contribution to the field is widely noted by critics of new music. His work has moved from early plunderphonic compositions – where he brought together unlikely combinations of musical genres to create fantastical new works – to large scale works composed of thousands of tiny fragments which create the impression of virtual orchestras. https://johnwall.bandcamp.com/
Marja Ahti is a Swedish-Finnish composer and sound artist based in Turku, Finland. Ahti works with field recordings and other acoustic sound material combined with synthesizers and electronic feedback in order to find the space where these sounds start to communicate. She makes music that rides on waves of slowly warping harmonies and mutating textures – rough edged, yet precise compositions, rich in detail. https://marjaahti.bandcamp.com/album/still-lives
Born in New Zealand in 1939 and living in the US since 1973, Annea Lockwood is known for her explorations of the rich world of natural acoustic sounds and environments, in works ranging from sound art and installations, through text-sound and performance art to concert music. Her music has been performed in many venues and festivals including: the Possibility of Action exhibition at MACBA Barcelona, De Ijsbreker, the Other Minds Festival-San Francisco, the Walker Art Center, the American Century: 1950 – 2000 exhibition at the Whitney Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Westdeutscher Rundfunk, CNMAT Berkeley, the Asia-Pacific Festival, Donaufest 2006 Ulm, the Donau Festival Krems, the 7th Totally Huge New Music Festival Perth, Ear To The Earth Festival – New York and Sonic Acts XIII. https://blacktruffle.bandcamp.com/album/becoming-air-into-the-vanishing-point
Jan Jelinek is a German electronic musician who also operates under the names Farben, Gramm and The Exposures.His music is usually categorized as minimal techno, glitch or microhouse, and is characterized by deep basslines, extensive use of samples from earlier jazz and rock recordings, and clicks & cuts effects. He is the founder of the German record label Faitiche. https://janjelinek.bandcamp.com/album/the-raw-and-the-cooked
Savvas Metaxas & Renato Grieco.
84100 is the result of the collaboration between Savvas Metaxas and Renato Grieco. The two of them met on the island of Syros, during the 2018 Syros Sounding Paths Residency. During their stay there the artists had to pursuit and investigate one or more ideas.
Metaxas’ focus was mainly around the story and the sounds of the industrial ghost-past of Ermoupolis, while Grieco’s interest was the in the tape, not just as a format but more as a material and dare to say as a somehow living creature.
While each one was working on his own ideas, they found the time and space to improvise together and connect this two ongoing sound searches. The recordings of these sessions, and that of a live performance the duo gave during the closing of the residency, were collected edited and mixed by Renato Grieco back in his Naples studio, and the outcome is 84100 that stands for Ano Syros Postal Code. https://grannyrecords.bandcamp.com/album/84100
FUJI||||||||||TA is a Sound Artist living in Japan. He creates his unique sound art and music which takes various natural phenomena that respond to his interest in wanting to hear unheard sounds and noises. https://fujita.bandcamp.com/album/arahabaki
David Toop, Akio Suzuki, Lawrence English.
Breathing Spirit Forms represents a distinctive exchange between friends and collaborators. Tamborine commands a special presence and encourages a deep patience from those who are willing to give time to its varied environments. For the three of us, we were fortunate to share these moments together, fleeting in our lives as they might be, to sense the mountain’s unique qualities, to respond to them through our exchanges and to form memories (as disparate as they might be) we carry forward with us in time. https://lawrenceenglish.bandcamp.com/album/breathing-spirit-forms
Kamana is a multiformat release inspired by and channeling the culture and traditions of the Aeta, an indigenous group from the Zambales region in the Philippines. One of the oldest inhabitants of the region the Aetas are also some of the most fascinating and ancient nomadic and hunter gathering cultures. The release goes from the realms of the real to the imaginary, from transcription to syncretism, from concrete to abstract. An (un)real Sonic Exorcism filled with Ancestral Frequencies, Haunted Ghosts and other animistic spirits roaming the Pinatubo forests. https://www.discrepant.net/artists/carlos-casas/
Marina Rosenfeld is a composer and artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her works explore acoustic architectures and experimental forms of participation and sociality in sound installation and performance. https://room40.bandcamp.com/album/plastic-materials
Zarko Komar aka Feloneezy winging in from Belgrade — by way of Hyperdub — with an EP of hypnotic psychedelia.
Four characteristically intimate, steppers blends of jungle and juke, unfurling into intervals of dub and jazz; axis as nexus, threaded with field recordings, startlingly dotted with song. https://baroquesunburst.bandcamp.com/album/axis-to-axis-ep-bsun004
Cabaret Voltaire were an English music group formed in Sheffield in 1973 and initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson. The group was named after the Cabaret Voltaire, the Zürich nightclub that served as a centre for the early Dada movement.
The early work of Cabaret Voltaire consisted primarily of experimentation with DIY electronics and tape machines, as well as Dada-influenced performance art, helping to pioneer industrial music in the mid-1970s.Finding an audience during the post-punk era, they integrated their experimental sensibilities with dance and pop styles.They are often characterized as among the most innovative and influential electronic groups of their era. https://cabaretvoltaire.bandcamp.com/
As a composer and performer of acoustic and electroacoustic music, Sarah Davachi’s (b. 1987, Canada) work is concerned with the close intricacies of timbral and temporal space, utilizing extended durations and simple harmonic structures that emphasize subtle variations in texture, overtone complexity, psychoacoustic phenomena, and temperament and intonation. The instrumentation she employs is varied, including electric organ, pipe and reed organ, tape-replay samplers, voice, analog synthesizers, piano, and both modern and early strings, brass, and woodwinds. Similarly informed by minimalist and long-form tenets, baroque leanings toward slow-moving chordal suspension, and experimental production practices of the recording studio environment, in her sound is manifest an intimate and patient experience that lessens perceptions and apprehensions of the familiar and the distant. https://sarahdavachi.bandcamp.com/album/cantus-descant