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Following the Italian trend of the last Crazy-Language release, another gem all the way from Italy under the name Monoiz. Retaining a clear Raster Noton influence on his first incursion through the realms of digital free albums, Multiplied Phoneme doesn't just provide the clickies and the static.
The surprise comes from when haunting pads wash the noise away, giving room for some heart on the desolate and mechanical pulses, capable of melting the coldest of ices. Also present on a couple of tunes, are some rather satisfying dub soundscapes, lifting your body from wherever you are, to just move and feel it on a whole different level.
A consistent but varied ride from start to finish and a welcome addition to the already varied sound palette of Crazy-Language. (F.G.)
A veritible supergroup of the great and good of that thing they call electro acoustic pastoral driftiness. This features Ian Hawgood, Clem Leek, Danny Norbury and Tim Martin (Maps and Diagrams) in collaboration and the group effort is certainly worthwhile as what is produced has a richness of production that is sometimes lacking with the solo bedroom entertainers. There are beds of electronic flutterings, bell like, chimings and skittery crackles aplenty but the real magic happens when the 'real' instruments of piano and cello are brought into play. The muted piano on 'The Blackest Sky' recalls William Basinski, 'Notes from Hunters Point' has strands of mournful cello amongst heavily reverbed piano truly stuns and recalls early Murcof or the most recent Library Tapes material. What is interesting about this album is that the tracks are relatively brief, many similarly minded artists opt for two or three 15 odd minute things but plenty of these weigh in at way under 5 minutes which keeps the album interesting, particularly coupled with the fact that there is quite a lot of variation. Yet, it flows beautifully so there's no need to fret about that!
Tracklist: 1 Intro 1:38 2 Sparks 4:16 3 As Wraith 5:09 4 Jokull 5 Lost Hearts 2:16 6 Blackest Sky 6:06 7 Notes From Hunters Point 8 Hap 9 Aphotic Widow 4:34 10 Outro
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Comptine d'un autre été - l'après midi is a piece that appears on Yann Tiersen's soundtrack to the French movie Amelie which was released in 2001. The original is for solo piano only and is an extremely popular piece for amateur pianists here on YouTube to upload. In fact if you look real closely at the terms and conditions for YouTube it does say that all amateur pianists have to record and upload this track so make sure you're not breaking the rules.... All right, I may be making that bit up but it seems like the case :-D
The original solo piano version sounds great by itself and really doesn't need any embelishment but I also offer a reimagined version that sounds a little fuller and hopefully adds even more emotion to a beautiful piece.
Reimagined version - http://youtu.be/JutqLNjWVqg Solo piano version - http://youtu.be/NvryolGa19A
Taken from the album 'Piano Project' by The Daydream Club Listen on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1MoY1B5 Sheet Music: http://bit.ly/1TV4OBY Website: http://www.thedaydreamclub.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedaydreamclub Twitter: http://twitter.com/thedaydreamclub
'Sway' by Dmitry Evgrafov from the LP/CD/Digital 'Collage' available on 130701 / Fat Cat Records.
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'Klavirni' is something that seeps gently into the soul without demanding unnecessary effort from the listener.
The album provides a personal, raw, unpolished and captivating glimpse into the pure essence of artistic endeavor.
Emika is offering an intimate look into the fundamental process that lies at the core of not just this latest body of work but of the artist as an individual.
“I stayed a few weeks at my parents home in Milton Keynes in Dec13/Jan14. My favourite piano is there from my childhood, the piano that I did all my grades on. That piano has been the most important instrument in my whole life.” – Emika
A new song by a new composer (for me). Discovered yesterday and today made this cover with jazz improvisation, and software usage of Native Instrument: The Giant. I wonder what he would think Nils Frahm, I hope they like it! ;)
You can buy my album here: Loudr: http://ldr.fm/63YC3 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/carmine-de-martino/id991351062 Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/699pbtIU2Wh9Z4Xzdddg97 Amazon: http://www.amazon.it/CDM-Piano-Cover-Carmine-Martino/dp/B00WZCUF2Y Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Carmine_De_Martino_CDM_Piano_Cover?id=Bt3brzlgmekmmmz3r5rj7miwk3m&hl=it
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Otto A Totland's modern compositional elements are most widely recognized as half of the Norwegian duo Deaf Center, where his melancholic, intricate piano work provides haunting relief to the beds of noise and deep strings from Erik K Skodvin.
His first solo full-length, Pinô, was released on Sonic Pieces in January 2014.
Salento - sulla costa -
Alcune foto da Febbraio2009 a Novembre2009
Che cosa sono le nuvole?
Le nuvole sono come "onde" nell'aria
Il loro bianco e quello della spuma,
l'azzurro del cielo e quello del mare,
a volte si sposano in modo incantevole
regalandoci capolavori di colori...
a volte il loro grigiore fitto, intenso
ed impenetrabile colora di nero anche il mare!