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Just touching the piano and play around. Great 7" and it is a pity that it is so short. Played in reverse order this CDR could map out the trajectory of noise over the last decade or so, like a missile shedding at each stage, atmosphere, techniques, until either an ordered equilibrium - or orbit- rhythm is attained or as in the case of HNW Doodshoofd the final product is a never ending?
Why not put your website on the cover? Maybe its some sort of art thing? They have been recording music since many years and 'Rythumation' is collection of pieces they recorded in s, but which were never released.
Blaize plays sampler, synth, flute, piano and drums, while Jerman plays percussion, concussion and strings. Guest on one track is Rick Tamura from I. Umbrella on saxophone. An interesting work, especially for those who thought they knew Jerman's work - like perhaps I would like to think.
It has lots and lots of sound effects and throughout sound very improvised but usually evolving around more or less steady rhythms. Only in the last pieces, which includes the one with Tamura, they go out all the way into free jazz land, including a Cecil Taylor tribute in 'Cecil Play'. That makes it an entirely 'different' scene compared with the rest of the disc, but shows their talent and skill I guess. Nice one. One J. To that end he uses synthesizers, samples and sound effects. What he does is actually quite alright.
It has indeed that old school mentality of bouncing pure electronic tones more German than French, me thinks , spiced with some more sixties styled synthesizers Switched On Planet Of The Apes , and to a lesser extent the current wave the new millennium of lowercase electronics.
Within Abusive Consumer things are always present and do not move beyond the surface of audibility. It works best in the five studio pieces. The longest one, is a live piece, and here it seems that Abusive Consumer looses control over his material and ends up with some freak out in a mild noise way.
That's not very much my cup of tea, but the rest I thought to be very strong material. Quite a promise for the future. Loopool is a project of Jean-Paul Garnier from the U. He is active since and released about 40 CD? He plays several synthesizers, bass, drums and programms his music. The CD-R contains eight tracks in 35 minutes. The CD-R starts like a circuit of speed cars of a highway, but with a threatening atmosphere. The track has a repetitive melody with an old organ sound, supported by bells and industrial sounds.
A great piece of music. Burroughs and uses music of loopool, Hipster Death and Joy von Spain. Maybe it is because of the use of synthesizer and the repetive and mystic elements in his music. Maybe it is because of the dark atmosphere with some light elements in it. The The last track is created with Mikko Freeman on guitar. The combination of the sounds of Garnier and the riffs of Freeman fits well, but I am more amused by the solo-work of Garnier.
He knows how to create a dark surrealistic musical atmosphere which leads me to the deeper parts of the musical environment.
No mentioning of any instruments, but actually none for Kirchenkampf either. Seven quite long pieces of electronic sounds, or electronically altered sounds from field recordings. Quite lo-fi also, as the sound seems quite distant and far away, but surely that's a deliberate thing by whoever did the final mix. In 'Enfant Terrible' I was reminded of the old Arcane Device sound of howling feedback, which returned in some of the other pieces but not always as clear.
Sometimes the music got stuck in some endlessly playing of sound effects and then the length of tracks worked against it. Here some more editing could have taken place. It left me with mixed feelings, this one. Some of it, like the aforementioned 'Enfant Terrible' sounded pretty good, but other such as 'Viva Voce' went on too long.
But certainly half of it was quite nice indeed. No big deal, except of course if you plan an evening with DJ's on the small beach near the river, and call the evening 'Zonnebrand' - sunburn. It was organized and cancelled by the local Lomechanik label. I got the announced and forgot all that played, but the souvenir is something that they can't take of you and one that comes in handy when the summer will return.
Lomechanik means beat music, but local youth dabbling in techno, house, trip hop, electro, dub step or whatever tagline they came up now. Many of these have more than one track, and makes a very nice showcase of local talent in this direction. There is a bit of rap, but I skipped that. Strangest tune, and out of the tune with the rest, is acoustic sampled guitars of Frenkey's 'Pigeons Of Peace'. Otherwise all of these acts use rhythm in one way or another, fast, slow Raadsel's 'Not From Earth' in a great Gas mood and anything in between.
The more weirdo bits are the end, which is a pity for me, but then I don't have to contemplate how to DJ with this kind of music. Not a very smooth compilation and that's one extra reason why I like this a lot. And its local, pluspoint two! Ninety minutes cut down to forty, which made me wonder who decided that. There is no mentioning of instruments, but Rosado calls his music 'wordsoundscapes', which means exploring 'the collision between sound, poetry and everyday life by using automatic expressions'.
Swirling and captured in a mass of electronics and likewise heavily treated field recordings? Well, actually that last '? Not too outspoken, this can be best seen as a version of ambient meets computer treatments, ambient glitch but then hardly without a glitch.
Although nothing on this disc wasn't heard before by others, and sometimes better, but it all sounds gentle and nice, with an occasional louder bit. Great music for a quiet afternoon. I strongly suggest you read more on the label's website, since quoting the entire biography is a bit much. But music-wise he is interested in digital music, granular synthesis and from there he builds his pieces of music. To that end he uses piano, pipe organ, steel drums, church bells, guitar, bass as well as field recordings.A risk assessment is a forecast of a population’s future health services cost or utilization based on its health status in a prior ‘risk’ period. Among other applications, risk assessments are used to adjust capitated health plan payments, as a case mix adjuster for clinical and health services re-search and as a tool for profiling health.