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Cristián Alvear & Tim Olive // ​​Telquan CD

Cristián Alvear & Tim Olive // ​​Telquan CD

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The private label 845 Audio of Tim Olive, an experimental musician in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, has arrived at once.It is a recycled cardboard case.

Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more 845 Audio releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 100.

Text by 845 Audio:

"Cristián Alvear and Tim Olive first played together in October 2016, doing three concerts in Japan. Alvear returned to Japan in October of 2017, and they performed together again, in Kyoto and Osaka, then spent a day recording in Kobe. This single improvised piece is the result of that day. The music is heard as it was recorded, with a few structural edits. "

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Reviews:

Brian Olewnick:

"Tim Olive has been putting out generally excellent music for some fifteen years now, much of it undeservedly below the radar. Two new ones should alter that a bit.'telquan', a duo with Cristián Alvear is utterly striking, an intense exploration of single Quite unlike anything else I've heard from Olive (it's an improvisation, but Alvear's influence is clear) --truly riveting and outstanding.'Charm Point', a brief set with Sound of the Mountain (Elizabeth Millar & Craig Pedersen) sometimes feels AMM-like, sometimes, when the pulse kicks in, like updated Voice Crack--always rich and imaginative. Do take the time to check them out. "

Frans de Waard:

"Usually the sparring partners of Tim Olive, magnetic pick-ups player par excellence, are musicians who are also at the edges of radical improvisation, with constructions of their own making, so to see him play in duet with Cristian Alvear is quite a surprise. Alvear is best known as a guitar player and usually to be found in very quiet surroundings. The music they play together is a very fine mix of acoustic sounds and amplification of both the space The guitar is played in and some additional small sounds played by Olive. The sounds produced by Olive are delicate. Towards the even Alvear goes out of shape by gently detuning the strings and thus signaling we are nearing the end of a wonderful forty-one- minute trip. It is something that is both rough and gentle, loud yet quiet and is a great release. "

Artist: Cristián Alvear & Tim Olive

Label: Label: 845 Audio 

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The private label 845 Audio of Tim Olive, an experimental musician in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, has arrived at once.It is a recycled cardboard case.

Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more 845 Audio releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------

Edition of 100.

Text by 845 Audio:

"Cristián Alvear and Tim Olive first played together in October 2016, doing three concerts in Japan. Alvear returned to Japan in October of 2017, and they performed together again, in Kyoto and Osaka, then spent a day recording in Kobe. This single improvised piece is the result of that day. The music is heard as it was recorded, with a few structural edits. "

~

Reviews:

Brian Olewnick:

"Tim Olive has been putting out generally excellent music for some fifteen years now, much of it undeservedly below the radar. Two new ones should alter that a bit.'telquan', a duo with Cristián Alvear is utterly striking, an intense exploration of single Quite unlike anything else I've heard from Olive (it's an improvisation, but Alvear's influence is clear) --truly riveting and outstanding.'Charm Point', a brief set with Sound of the Mountain (Elizabeth Millar & Craig Pedersen) sometimes feels AMM-like, sometimes, when the pulse kicks in, like updated Voice Crack--always rich and imaginative. Do take the time to check them out. "

Frans de Waard:

"Usually the sparring partners of Tim Olive, magnetic pick-ups player par excellence, are musicians who are also at the edges of radical improvisation, with constructions of their own making, so to see him play in duet with Cristian Alvear is quite a surprise. Alvear is best known as a guitar player and usually to be found in very quiet surroundings. The music they play together is a very fine mix of acoustic sounds and amplification of both the space The guitar is played in and some additional small sounds played by Olive. The sounds produced by Olive are delicate. Towards the even Alvear goes out of shape by gently detuning the strings and thus signaling we are nearing the end of a wonderful forty-one- minute trip. It is something that is both rough and gentle, loud yet quiet and is a great release. "

Artist: Cristián Alvear & Tim Olive

Label: Label: 845 Audio