minimal acoustique (first listening of tag)

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7. Apr. 2011, 18:55

result: I found the offered music at good and varying, some had interesting ideas to use different media as instruments

some specific remarks to the listened songs:
diabetic socks: was different than the previous ones, and so needed a little adaptation at begin
quendus: his coughing was unexpected and disturbed also :-) and then I waited for actually some music, but seems he recorded some daily sounds from cooking? ;-)
lowfrequency: I thought of delphins + whales
zapa: somehow the song did not fit, in another order would be nice
studio typewriter: perhaps better in a shorter version?
Trader Horne: I don't know why but I was reminded of Scarborough Fair

songs were (1):

Islaja – Emoa ikävä
Stalemar & Perculators – Shoeshine idyll rain
Gwendal – Rue Du Petit Musc
White Rainbow – Chant, Children, Chant, Island Festival Traditional Walking Song
Abigail Politely Decided – the doorbell a missed call and a text
Llorenç Balsach – Music Lessons on the Farm: Gallus, Crow, Dogs, Pigs, Ducks and Cats
Trader Horne – Children Of Oare
Mobdividual – alvar aalto
Drisa Kone – Fura
studio typewriter – Tahmea läpimurto
Polmo Polpo – Dreaming (,,,Again)
Skyphone – River of Kings
Zapa – Delirium Tribute
Los Caballeros – El Poncho Rojo
Lowfrequency – 0.06
Quendus – The Yangpu Bridge (杨浦大桥)
Diabetic Socks – woodshop lite
Django Reinhardt - Quintette Du Hot Club De France – Place De Brouckere
SonicBrat – w_0_0_1
Ravi Shankar – Alap


(1) order is reversed: first song is actually last one

Kommentare

  • ZilchRecords

    Danke! You actually took some time and really dug in. As you see there are two concepts going on here. One is to have a recording of every acoustic instrument ever made with the hopes to archive a very minimal use of that instrument in a song. The second idea going on here is the use of non-standard acoustic items being used to make music, sounds, atmosphere, similar to the original idea of musique concrete. Thank you for your time.

    7. Apr. 2011, 20:42
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