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TS B1. ME B2. LA B3. NC B4. OL B5. But the record is also a detour. While Cantu-Ledesma released the haunting A Year With 13 moons Mexican Summer, and Atkinson her most intimate effort to date with A Readymade Ceremony Shelter Press, , their combined music sounds like everything but their recent records, filling the gaps between their solo outputs. What is it to wander? What is it to be — as Baudelaire would put it — a flaneur from a continent to another? From the subways of NYC to the crooked trails of the Alps, the two musicians have exchanged fragments of sounds, melodies, composing and building together a new landscape, neither bucolic or urban, a bit aside from nomenclatures or postcard-type aprehension of a site-specific recording.
What is to wander…. Is it a fragmentation? A sedimentation? Contact microphones and hydrophones were used to gather sounds from flora, desert refuse, architectural ruins and the Salton Sea itself to create an expanded study of the acoustic ecology of the area. The work weaves together location recordings alongside interviews to construct an acoustic portrait of the desert that is steeped in intimations of narrative dealing with loss, history and a landscape haunted by a spectre in darkness.
Recordings made in and around the Salton Sea, California March Two years ago Shelter Press was based in the Alps where Pete Swanson made a few days stop while he was on tour. Not sure why we started to talk about this LA-based duo he released a few years back but the idea of having Bulbs doing a new recording for Shelter Press came up before dessert. I put out their Light Ships album in because I was so impressed with how futuristic their music was.
They have much more to do with Chain Reaction than White Stripes, but with the benefit of live instrumentation and an adventurous edge, they end up much wilder, looser, more organic than anything coming out of Berlin. Color Attic is the second major work by Bulbs and finds the group exploring more oblique ambience, elliptical and granular guitar mashing up with loose, swinging synth drums, orbiting and colliding with each other.. Mottled sausages, icy landscapes with worms that seem to have died trying to make it over hurdles, portals to impossible lands: welcome to the accidental world of Anne Brugni.
Her workspace resembles a sort of paper autopsy gone wrong, with marbled organs, multicolored hides and strange texts scrawled in shaky brushed script scattered around. We are witnesses to a new sort of Frankenstein, who pieces all of these disparate parts together to create new creatures: joyful, perplexing, but always in the end, intriguing.
The book itself is made in the same manner of the works displayed within: using instinct, not too much revision but revision nonetheless and just enough material to give a glimpse of a narrative without becoming redundant or conclusive. The primary question that the work makes us pose is: WHAT? But the treatment, the textures and compositions give us clues to a mania, a research, an exploration that is flabbergasting.
Kids wearing home made costums incarnating a wide range of human vernacular history and reality from the pizza to the clown. Standing in the street they are revealing some cultural fantasies as well as the familiar invisible backgrounds of their neighborhood: a simple tree, a part of a brick wall, a locked door or a pavement. It is children, besides, that constitute the very matter of these photos even if the truth, in my opinion, is that Purim is an adult holiday.
The fundamental issue of Purim is the question of appearance and of internal reality. On this day, we read a text called the Megillah of Esther, whose content should practically be censured for underage persons. Estelle Hanania lives and works in Paris. Ear Piercer A3. Mountain Music B1. Gagaku B2. A perceptual phenomena that can be produced through a combination of sensual and cognitive stimuli, ASMR adherents have produced thousands of videos on YouTube tailored to provide these sensations. The classic Japanese novel from tells the story of a geisha in a small mountain town and her married and wealthy male lover a self-taught musician and self-appointed expert of Western ballet, respectively.
Their tragic love affair, set amidst the snow, hot springs and mountains, became a thematic and contextual source for early phases of the project, and much of the music on this album is a result. This influence is most explicit in the undulating rhythms that open the first side of Vol. This second installment in what will resolve itself as a trilogy look for Vol. Just as his previous output has combined cinematic atmospheres with guitar driven climaxes that easily appeal to fans of neo-classical experimentalism and post-rock informed drone, this record opens new compositional territory while maintaining a recognizable melancholy ambience.
Aurore theme B1. Eternal Idol B2. Arrival of the trainer C1. Not to worry then… clavichord and guitars weave the darkness, supported by Jesse Sykes prophetical voice, summoning the utter walls of the threats from the external world. Mirroring the music score, Estelle Hanania presents 16 photographs from the choreographic piece, enlightening how much ice-skating can be about grace and sustain, geometry, telemetry, distance and perfection, as well as possible falls, gloomy shadows.
Metal against ice, tights and knots, spirals and scratches, shouts and winds : field recordings mold a crispy atmosphere while instruments draws some ovals shapes such as lakes, ice skating ring, cosmos belt… and a terrestrial cloud passage and eventual landing platform for a flying saucer. It was a voluptuous scene, that masquerade. But first let me tell of the rooms in which it was held.
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There were seven—an imperial suite. Contemporary bridges are getting built here, between psychedelic sounds and horror movie soundracks, between some modern incarnations of Nico and Catherine Ribeiro. Built in two very distinctive parts, the EP has been recorded last summer in her very own by-the-sea recording studio Chaudelande Normandy! Bringing some unexpected orientalist colors, along some—long awaited! Using the text as a crucial starting point in the composition process, Chicaloyoh find here a new world to dig in, of which this diptych sounds like a promising very first hint.
Clocking just under 20 minutes, Les Septs Salons is the beautiful echo chamber from a timeless and very unique musician. Edition of copies worlwide with photograph by Camille Vivier. Mastered by James Plotkin. My work consists of fragments reconstructed from memories, dreams and surroundings where past and present no longer work as isolated units. My overall process is my own game of telephone, where I move between different mediums and techniques. Something that started out as a collage on paper might become a sculpture and later a painting from another point of view, constantly changing in the search for the right medium and size for each piece.
These changes in material, size and technique always involve a translation in process. During the process the qualities change but also how I think about the piece. Wild and free as we can be, thick and red, coming together, pulsating now and for ever full frontal and down through a hole, revisit the darkness, black is low changing colors, moving by, a couple steps further and you will roll over let all tears sail away when the horizon come closer, memories fade and the sun keeps us pale.
Chris Duncan is an Oakland-based artist who employs repetition and accumulation as a basis for experiments in visual and sound based media. Suzy brilliant debut as a concrete poet. A few photographs has randomly sneaked in the bootleg. I have a decent amount written already but I think creating under the circumstances of living in the woods would be really nice. Against Archives A2. The book is the territory B2. Carve the concept and the artichoke B3. Recherche de la base et du sommet. It documents the gather of her early-musical studies with her actual musical practice, the reunion of her two main projects — under her own name and Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier — and finally affirms the obvious link between her visual and sonic body of work.
Felicia Atkinson reaffirms here the importance of the DIY in her creating process : the artist-run space as a place to exhibit, the studio space as a whole territory to record, the book as a score, the record itself as a proper documentation for a possible sculpture. A ceremony as a possible gathering, a community shared moment, a happening, a celebration, a protest. The first foundation of A Readymade Ceremony is the text, spread along the 5 tracks building the record. She then learned harp and piano before dropping it at 14, when she got more interested in theatre and indie rock.
Writers she convokes again 17 years after on this new record. This turned out to be the instrument of McCloud Zicmuse. So months later, when he found himself again in Lyon at an art residency that had no stipend, but with a lot of tools, he gathered up used guitar strings from the rehearsal studios located next door, and put together a series of rough instruments from recouperated materials: the IAENIAEN was born.
This instrument went on to become the foundation of a commercialy successful group in Belgium, a guest in many recordings and is the basis of The Instant Instrument Workshop. He is also a bassoonist having been invited to play with Mt. Plus an underpinning of literary texts — whence the many quotations to be found on the sleeve. Flaunting otherness, the alert reader can follow a clerk of The Land of Sculptures whilst he encounters the pretty faces of The Painter, The Foreign Painter, The Tyrolese Painter and other people doing art.
Download the first chapter in PDF. CAC, Vilnius 25 Nov. Curated by Nieuwe Vide. Treignac Project, Treignac 31 Jul. Curated by DATE. La Cambre, Brussels 12 Oct. Over the past few years Gabriel Saloman has developed a reputation for releasing penetrating works of haunting beauty in his new role as a solo performer and composer. As he continues to prolifically produce music for dance, Saloman has developed a new series with Shelter Press to make these works available: Movement Building.
The first of two volumes to be released individually on vinyl and together on CD, The Disciplined Body is a 34 minute work that moves through ghostly minimalist drones, poly-vocal drumming and culminates in an aching climb through sheets of shimmering guitar chords before erupting in a violent spurt of harsh noise.
While at its climax it may be evocative of transcendental string manglers ranging from My Bloody Valentine to Godspeed You Black Emperor, in its more subtle moments it wades through the kind of blackened water that suggests the outer boundaries of ambient metal, or the ghostly remnants of a cassette dub of beatless electronics.
Listeners may want to reach for the same — to do so we suggest they play this recording very very loud. This books articulates her unique way of working through images and fiction: the painting and drawings will discuss the codes of improvisation with objects, sculptures, persons, landscapes. One inside the other, as some kind of surrealistic russian doll.
As a statement disguised in a poetic novel, everybody is a foreigner, camping on some perishable and transitory spaces. The fiction allows the inner voices to become images and the archives of the pieces to shift into characters. Loops, distortions of the reality, imaginary meanings are playing together. The books becomes a proper and new territory where art forms stand up and speak for themselves, where genres are shifting in a joyous revolution. His films, photography, publications, and installations are intimate documents of his extensive travels, collages of encounters that form spontaneously interconnected narratives.
By overlaying and collaging his own photographic material, he makes associations with pop and cult imagery, opening up possibilities for interpretation. Printed onto perforated vinyl and glued onto standard plywood, or onto rocks bought by the artist at flea markets in Arizona. He frequently collaborates with his brother, Andrew Sutherland, and with the Brooklyn-based collective, Still House Group.
Peter Gizzi was born on August 7, , and grew up in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He has also published several limited-edition chapbooks, folios, and artist books. His work has been widely anthologized and translated into numerous languages.
Noveller is the solo project of Brooklyn-based composer Sarah Lipstate while Thisquietarly is Eric Quach, unstoppable globetrotting musician from Montreal. Both use the guitar as their main instrument, creating some of the most impressive, hypnotic and rich-textured electric guitar works from the past years. Empty architecture, luminosity, rocks and deserted zones. It happened.
You were not there. You just read it. She was on hurry. Tomorrow is another day and tonight might be the night. How to be unsettled and in the meantime on site, connected to the landscape, ping-ponging from music to poetry, inside and outside the gallery space and the book form. Blurring everyday the frontier between genres, this book conceived as an on-site exhibition presents found images, sculptures, poetry and painting. Anne Laure Sacriste is a paris-based visual artist. This is her simultaneous subversion of the ideals of classical clarity and analytical decoding: we can see only thanks to blindness and dazzlement.
Mastered by James Plotkin, pressed on grm black vinyl, in a limited edition of copies worldwide. Slipping Control part 01 A2. Slipping Control part 02 A3. Slipping Control part 03 A4. Slipping Control part 04 A5. Slipping Control part 05 A6. Slipping Control part 06 A7. Slipping Control part 07 A8. Slipping Control part 08 A9. Slipping Control part 09 A Slipping Control part 14 B2.
Slipping Control part 16 B4. Slipping Control part 17 B5. Slipping Control part 18 B6. Slipping Control part 19 B7. Slipping Control part I wanted to create one set of control sources the text and run them through a bunch of different systems the video, the book, the record etc and see how the original source material morphed and changed as it manifested in these different modalities. The process of developing each unique work involved setting of control paths for the text to be processed though. Ben Vida is a Brooklyn based composer, improviser and artist. He produces compositions that utilize analog and digital synthesizing technologies and focus on aural phenomena and auditory illusions.
This 5 tracks EP is the studio document of her solo acts played last year all over Europe. Like a possible chanting sister soul of Emily Dickinson and Charlotte Bronte, a possible turning-tables companion of Victor Hugo, Aurelie Vivier use the voice as a pure connexion with nature forces, invisible spirits and shining elements. From the french alps to New Mexico, passing by Big Sur California Felicia Atkinson born , Paris has been doing researches about the influences of the beat generation on formations of the contemporary and through a feminist point of view.
How to be unsettled and in the meantime on site, connected to the landscape, ping- ponging from music to poetry, inside and outside the gallery space. Blurring everyday the frontier between genres, this exhibition made on site will host sculptures, sound, installation, poetry and painting. Shelter Press, the independant imprint of Bartolome Sanson and Felicia Atkinson, will display a collection of documents and objects brought from the US west coast and desert Big Sur, Ojai Valley, Joshua Tree, Flagstaff, Petrified Forest, Sedona together with a short film involving dears, photographs, vintage images of a petrified forest.
Horvitz uses art books, photography, performance art, watercolor, and mail art to create his work. First Shelter Press effort from our long time brother High Wolf. Featuring two sides of unleashed improvisations. All The Nights A2. Gloves And Tie A3. The Skeleton A4. Look My Eyes B3. Turn Into Windy Sand B4. Creating music between soundscape exploration and intimate contemplation, Chicaloyoh is a mix of guitar, keyboards and percussions from distant and various horizons.
Singing with an almost pastoral verve, the minimalist and intimate soundscapes of Chicaloyoh combined with her simultaneously tender and strong voice are the foundation for her avant-garde mantras. Never Alone A2. Flesh On Tape A3. Leningrad A4. Event Boundary B1. Shadow Gamelan B2. Loft Life B3.
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Primarily sourced from modular synthesizer, Surveillance compiles 7 tracks recorded over the last year, warped with cassette tapes and other digital tools. Beamed in like a scene from Videodrome, this sensual brand of dystopian psychedelia creates a grainy and tension filled narrative to get lost in. Inspired by the darker aspects of the constantly plugged in digital age, this album seems to turn feelings of alienation and paranoia into something cathartic. Lying somewhere between no wave dystopia and basic channel minimalism, heavy grooves and polyrhythmic percussion lay a foundation for bell like drones and decaying saw wave mantras which fade into rhythmic abstraction as distant choirs and flickering static interference hovers around the edges.
Juvenile Record is the new poetry book wrote by the Texan singer and musician Christina Carter. Like a prayer from the South, where voices and glasses are breaking in the heavy night, memories escaping like water, falling from the hands and evaporating in the air.
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Objects, days, names, ages, charms, collected in the mind, folded, shouted or kissed, oftenly blessed, and sayed again. Christina Carter was born in the bayou city of Houston, Texas in November of , and co-founded the group Charalambides there in December of Ever since then, she has deeply mined her own vein of sound-as-music with voice, guitar, piano, and keys. Concurrent with her work as a musician, Christina has expanded her involvement in writing and visual art. A procession of giants in a field, a magician in a parking lot, a wild cave… The shadows of a singular identity are standing as a non-exotic setting yet revealing themselves as an hallucination.
Graduated from Les Beaux Arts de Paris, the award-winning photographer in Hyeres Festival Estelle Hanania is not afraid by the beauty, the pure aesthetics of the clothes or the masks. She knows how to keep a human distance to the subject, in a natural light, in silence. Her photographs are portraits and landscapes of men becoming animals or plants, as many chimerical figures embodied in our absurd contemporary world. In the background appears a car, a road, a parking lot: such as banal infrastructures and unspectacular places.
Extraordinary rituals required in an ordinary community, a present in syncope, nested in the reality as a strange lichen growing on a concrete wall. Debut LP of one third of avant drone metal outfit Locrian. Following on a dozen of highly regarded solo tapes and cdr, Spectral Life follows the artist through 2 tracks of electronic and acoustic drones blending in the most efficient way all the previous works of the artist. While the A side is made of short different synth-driven pieces blended together in an immense opening track, the B side brings us in an extensive immersive psychedelic journey.
Standing as a deep emotional sonic ceremony, this new record draws Hannum at his best, finding his influences from the avant spectrum of black metal as well as bits of modern composition. Edition of copies. You know, a one side vinyl is a kind of second- handed moon, shining in the dust of thrift store, belonging to a suburban galaxy: you might need to hitch hike and lose you left shoe to travel in time. Ryan Foerster is born in in Newmarket, Ontario.
He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Wrapping a wide part of the artist body of work from the last few years, this new zine by Ryan Foerster features and melts found images, solar eruptions, Germs art cover, poetry and diary photography. From raw and dark figurative photographs to abstract and repetitive shapes, these images connected all together by the book form may be frightening but most likely deeply narrative. Reconstructed through the primordial forests — from the californian redwoods to the northern finland. A statement led by the experience of making sculptures and having drinks under a porch, drawing as making sandwiches, being in love and singing songs, watching tv shows and staring at sunsets.
Both highly in the now and at the same time metaphysical. The Twenties are gone. And thirties are opening their wild gates. She lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. She is a visual artist, an experimental musician and the co-publisher of the independent imprint Shelter Press. Her paintings, drawings, sculptures and musical compositions are mostly abstract. Her work takes its sources from the American tradition of painting Morris Louis, Cy Twombly, Richard Tuttle and from avant-gardes figures who worked on chance and randomness Fluxus, John Cage, La Monte Young… as much as feminist figures in music and art.
Utilizing envelope following, vocoder analysis and trigger sensing the recordings of these performances were analyzed and converted into control sources. These control sources were used to activate analog and digital synthesizing systems and functioned to trigger envelopes and gates, determine pitched materials and act as modulating sources for frequency and amplitude modulation. Automatic Ping A2. Automatic Melody A3. Automatic Drums A4. Automatic Drums with Melody Using purely analog synths, both build very unique although complementary compositions.
He studied computer music at Berklee College of Music, where he was exposed to modern electronic music composition and synthesis. Connecting his many worlds, ideas and influences into highly personal pieces, everything Floris Vanhoof put his hands on turned into a highlight. Not only his solo LPs on Ultra Eczema and Kraak, but also an extensive list of stunning performances.
In his live shows Vanhoof links new visual ideas to his idiosyncratic musical performances in which homemade synthesizers, exceptional ebay acquisitions and a personal framework are forged into an impressive whole. One of the most versatile and creatively liberated artists in Belgium.
Following two LPs and bunch of tapes dropped last year, this new output is her most whispering beat orientated material to date. Dark Morse is a tabu hidden at the end of a lost road in the suburbs, a pile of crawling concrete, burried under sub basses, broken rhythms, drunken lullubies for blind dogs. Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier whispers here holy encounters with dark shades moving at dawn, hoarse prayers, slum saints and never growing ghosts children…. Of course you know. You know. You saw her. Something New Is Happening. A swirling, heady, and darkly psychedelic barrage of loops and rhythms, layers and textures, mesmerizing and intense.
The last track is a tense soundtracky stretch of layered buzz, haunting melody, a sprawl of pulsing high end over deep ominous rumbles, like the music from the scariest moment in some lost Italian giallo, stretched out into minutes instead of seconds, all tension, no release, brooding and intense, haunting and mesmerizing, fantastic stuff. Girls lying on concrete disonaurs are facing obsolete neon signs. Broken, knocked down, abstract, discarded, left there.
The girls are naked, in black and white, static. The neons are coloured, saturated like comic strip boxes. Prehistoric monsters, mysterious beauties follow and merge with relics of modern cities. Metals, skins and stones collide. Pages unattached slide and mix to deceive time and order. Their curves sketch infinity; their hollows end in, wisps of flesh, dark at times; their eyes pierce the image when they reach you.
Waxy bodies drawing the image towards a less synthetic century. Bodies are framed, embedded and enclosed in a photograph. Caught in between limited spaces: in the depths of a boulder, on a rocky edge, on the top of a shelf. Impossible to escape. Bodies and curios end their way here: still lives aiming at anthropomorphic shapes.
In a haze of orange, green, yellow or blue—everything surfaces and evokes the colors of ancient masters. Another fact: these images are noisy. Noise, a misguiding word that silences light, and nourishes black and white for a richer silver print. These selfish pictures, pose, freeze out of a storyline. But they take everything they can from the present: urban oddities, the wanderings of a contempary eye, and fragments of a no longer ostentatious luxury. These images, they steal everything: remnants of forgotten French films, some Garrel, some Rivette—but there is no Amour Fou, only an imposed distance.
Are they found images? They become a new kind of daguerreotype. It takes us the past to progress. Light as feathers, round as breasts, these images are voluptuous, straightforward, they swallow everything. Born in Paris in , Camille Vivier started her photography career as an assistant in Purple magazine. After studying at the Grenoble Fine Arts School and Saint Martins, she dedicated herself entirely to photography and works at the same time in the art and fashion worlds.
In , she was awarded the Villa Medicis international grant. Vallens explores the intersection of minimal rhythms, analog processing and grayscale atmospherics. His layered, multidimensional methods evoke the opaque serenity of the foggy SF landscape and work to depolarize forces of light and dark. Like a twisted elegy to Isabella Rossellini in Blue Velvet, the folded beat of an empty motel room with a distant Tv whisper, like crispy snow falling in july, a car race in the magnolia night, Litany predicts some cosmogonic catalcysm that a muted Cassandra could mime.
Artists never stop exploring the approach they take towards their art. The mind state, the intention of thought that is present when creating a work of art is something that is continually revised and reaffirmed. But also some echos of John Cage, the Blackmountain College, and the beloved environmentalist Thoreau…. Julien Langendorff was born in Paris, France, in He also plays music in Pillars of Fire, a doom-psychedelic band formed with artist Jason Glasser and singer Matteah Balm, and plays and records solo under the name, Skate Witches.
It seems that a lot of artists myself included are attracted to counter culture groups from the past; hippies, goths, satanists, etc. For me these works create that feeling, they reference several times and things but still completely fresh. Pete Swanson — Self Help B1. Rene Hl. On the flipside we find Rene Hell following up on the cosmic analogue excursions of his Porcelain Opera LP with a side full of hardware-driven synthetic vistas. Right up there with contemporaries like Emeralds and Oneohtrix Point Never, Hell real name Jeff Witscher spends his side constructing the kind of intense, pastoral sci-fi sound worlds that could have been plucked from forty years in the past, or for that matter, forty years in the future.
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