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This is a cassette that Italian sound artist LDGU released in December 2021 on the experimental label Sagome in London, England, in a limited edition of 12 pieces.Contains 50 ambient drone songs by pipe organ. DL code included.Out of print. “When I went to Central Java on a scholarship, there was a period where I tried to shed my ego in every way possible: through music, drugs, sex, poetry, etc. I dismantled it, atomized it. , I recalled these fragments over and over again as I looked at myself through the microscopic lens of experience. I was trying to find deeper meaning in everyday life, and the further I sailed, the more I felt lost. Along the way, ``I'' lost small particles like space debris.After spending nearly three years in Indonesia, I returned to Italy with the spiritual strength I gained from the teachings of the Javanese and Dayak people.My ego, which had been scattered due to the blows caused by the difficult challenges I had set for myself, found new strength and unity.It comes from infinite love, symbols and rituals, nature, knowledge and music.At this point, one thing was clear.If I can understand where and how such learning is rooted, and feel like a strong oak tree rather than a weak shrub, then I can also understand the rootlessness of being a Western youth in the 6s. I guess that's what I did.No matter how much I studied Greek, Latin, philosophy, Italian art history, literature, poetry, etc., I was still a product of neoliberalism, always searching for stronger emotions and specificity, stuck in a deadly loop. They are just ghosts embodied.So it felt natural for me to immediately look for sacred instruments like the Javanese and Balinese gamelan.Pipe organs began to become popular in central Italy (Lazio, Tuscany, Umbria, Romagna, Marche) due to the papacy.The first references to pipe organs in central Italy date back to the 3th century. When Italy was first unified in 2000, the Curia disappeared, but that didn't mean the instruments used in the church disappeared.Click here to see more Sagome releases available at Tobira. ------------------------------- Sagome: "Conceived...
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This is a cassette released by experimental musician The Dengie Hundred aka Blackwater from London, UK, on ​​the country's experimental label Sagome in September 2023.Contains two 9-minute pieces of magical drone strange beats produced using handmade tubes as the main source. DL code included.Out of print.Below is an explanation by the author himself. "In November 2, I received an invitation from them to perform with Japan Blues at ICRECT. Supporting me that night was another member of the Sagome family, LDGU. That night, LDGU was wrapped in black tape. I brought a large bag with a small plastic tube made of plastic.When you blow into this small tube, a light and ethereal drone sounds like a flute.By blowing quickly or slowly, He can change pitches, which LDGU handed out to the audience, and his set was preceded by a short improvisation with friends using tubes while walking around the high-beamed Eclectic Hall. I picked one up and incorporated it into my Japan Blues performance, but by the end of my set, it had disappeared from the table where I had left it. Vacuum tubes were a hot property! After the show, When I told LDGU that I had lost it, he generously found me a replacement.I half-jokingly said I would make an album with it...but it took a long time. , I recorded the sound of blowing a vacuum tube, carved out serrated edges, and created a sample bank that I looped, pitched down, and inverted.I knew the limits of this instrument, and the rules were to be broken. I realized that I needed a drum machine to give weight to this loop.I then used tubes to play the bass guitar and swing the broken dishes around.I took the concept to its limits. I stretched it out, but the resulting track was steeped in the plastic sound of the tubes. It was exciting to have that kind of restriction. In a world where every imaginable sound is out there, the sound of a small plastic tube is very exciting. It felt liberating to take time to focus on such mundane things.My best friend Gila (also known as Gila Moussou/Gila Du Juice) from the cult bands Suspect and Schlaflose Nächte was going to sing for me, so I I decided to sing a couple of songs. Her vocals close out the album. While I was making this song, I came home and found the kitchen floor flooded with water. I investigated and found that the overflow pipe in the sink was leaking. It was broken."...
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This is a compilation 2020-cassette set limited to 50 releases in 2 by Sagome, an experimental label from London, UK.Contains 22 songs ranging from experimental techno to collage. DL code included.Out of print. *Due to the size and shape, it will be shipped by Sagawa Express (550 yen), so it is better to purchase it as a record. Click here to see more Sagome releases available at Tobira. - ------------------------------ Edition...
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Ambient techno writer RG released a limited edition of 2020 cassettes from the experimental label Sagome in London, England in December 12.Includes 70 deep listening ambient techno-ambient drone songs. Giuseppe Ielasi is in charge of mastering. DL code included. ----------------------- Edition of 9. Sagome: "We wake up, and everything ...
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