Angry Eelectric Finger 3, Irr.App(Ext.) de.emp.has.(ize) the musical aspect of the source material, instead punching it down to its more spacial, raw and cavernous aspects. The textural shifts are long and building.
Loud & blistering document recorded in a stupefyingly large concrete warehouse. Subconscious tones, rippling walls, ions seduced by power washes, sunstorms. quiet resonant sections, pushing sound around upstairs, whistles. No post-processing. LTD 330.
A suite of 12 electronic sound portraits based on interviews from the BNA-BBOT archives in Brussels. Words from the interviews are edited out to leave only the hesitations, breathing emotional reactions & environmental sounds.
Using ﾓglass, metal, suling , electronics, programming, space, body, and power `Threat Level Charlie` reveals meanings being sounds. Recorded in several different locations, then edited together later to form the composition. LTD 1000.
The Ex guitarist known for his thrilling collaborations as an improviser explores the many sides of his unusual guitar style here on his debut solo. An exciting varied & challenging collection of 15 tracks. from melodic solo guitar pieces to noise.
F/the hum, jangle, & drone of Dublab`s Matthew David vs the 3AM wind tunnel jams of Ron Stivers` Dank Chamber project. Both focus on tape manipulation, field recordings, drones & loops, but take them in wildly different directions. LTD handmade cassettes.
A selection of pieces by the great musical pioneer Robert Ashley performed by the Dutch ensemble MAE. Some of the works were especially written for the ensemble in the last few years, and have never been recorded before, namely the title work 'Tap Dancing In The Sand' featuring Ashley's voice and 'Hidden Similarities'. Other works presented on the CD are 'Outcome Inevitable', 'In Memoriam Esteban Gomez' and 'She Was A Visitor'.
A collaborative project by Joe Gilmore and Alex Peverett is a selection of compositions focusing on a subtle, delicate use of acoustic & synthetic sound in both abstract & linear form. Acoustic events flutter about the stereo field in spiral patterns.