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Peter Rehberg (passed away in July 2021), the head of the Austrian experimental label Editions Mego, performed a live recording at GRM Studio.Includes two collage drone songs.Mastered by Giuseppe Ielashi.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic...
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This is a collaborative record released by Shelter Press in December 2021 by French ambient writer Felicia Atkinson and American ambient label root Strata presided over by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma.Contains 12 neo-classical ambient songs with piano and synth as the main source.Click here to see more Shelter Press releases available ...
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This is a two-disc set released by Marina Rosenfeld, an American / NY acoustic / videographer, on the experimental label Shelter Press in Paris, France in 2020.Includes 2 songs of her work based on her solo exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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This record was released by Australian experimental musician James Rushford on the French experimental label Shelter Press in May 2021.Includes 5 deep drone-music concrète songs.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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The 7CD BOX set by Akos Rozmann, an experimental musician in Budapest, Hungary, is back again.Below is a commentary by Mark Harwood.Akos Rosman (1939-2005) was born in Budapest and studied organ and composition at the Liszt Conservatory. He studied composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm from 1971 to 1974 and has been an organist of the Catholic Cathedral in Stockholm since 1978.Throughout his life, he devoted himself to musique concrète, creating the largest and most fruitful work in this alchemical genre of all musical genres. In the early 80's he built an electroacoustic studio in the basement of the Catholic Cathedral, while continuing to work at EMS (Elektronmusikstudion Sweden), which produced his early masterpieces.Rosman's unwavering commitment to music creation often shuts himself up in a windowless studio and works all night to get the results he wants.He only considered perfect expression of his vision and did not seek the approval of his peers or the satisfaction of the audience.This combination of vision, passion and stubbornness has created the most unique catalog in the field of music concrete.He was commissioned by the Hungarian composer Microche Maros to create a five-minute piece for piano and voice.Rosman received this offer with the intention of writing a tape piece consisting of a recording of Microche's wife and soprano singer Ilona Maros and his own prepared piano experiment.The elements recorded here became the material for "5 Stations".This work jumped out of the short time of 12 minutes at the beginning, and 5 years later, it landed as a spiritual journey of more than 20 and a half hours.This composition process is unique among Rosman's works due to the 6-year gap from the early stages to the completion of the final work. The first stage, created between 18 and 1978, consists of a quest for traditional musique concrète techniques such as speeding up, slowing down, cutting and splicing tape. The last four stations, produced between 1980 and 1998, incorporate digital technology and improvise a small section of the 2001 original recording on an effects processor with a sampler keyboard.Despite these gaps and the different techniques developed during each production period, the monumental results are complete and staggering as a whole.Rosman has a mysterious talent to bring out the world of flexible sound from the original piano and voice recording, within the limits of the sound source.The result is a dynamic vortex of sound, making it one of the most daring, challenging and spectacular works of Musique Concrète in the 4th century.Property Room Parts I and II begin with the vast landscape of Sturm und Dran.The original materials of the piano and voice have been disassembled and reconstructed as a means of evoking an aggressive, different-world atmosphere. The Contents and Life of the Black ...
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 This is the latest album released on the French experimental label Shelter Press in April 2022 by claire rousay, an ambient writer from Texas, USA, who has been released on orange milk in the past.Includes two long-form neoclassical ambient songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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This record was released by French acoustic writer l'ocelle mare in April 2022 jointly with Muraleles and Shelter Press.Includes 4 experimental electro-acoustic songs in which each instrument is played in an unintended way, such as scratching an instrument or intentionally making noise due to digital interference. DL code included.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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This is a reissue of the 1957-1962 song by Iannis Xenakis, one of the most important writers in concrète music.There are new discoveries when listening through current mastering.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at ...
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A record released on the French experimental label Shelter Press in 2016 by Ben Vida, a modular player from New York, USA.Includes 2 collage dronescape songs, about 40 minutes.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases ...
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This is a collaborative record released in 2018 by French sound writer Felicia Atkinson and American sound label Root Strata presided over by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma.Includes 4 dreamy collage ambient songs where various tones such as piano, guitar, field recording, and pulse appear and disappear.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic ...
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A record released by the French genius High Wolf, also known as Black Zone Magick Chant, on the French experimental label Shelter Press.Includes 3 collage strange beats that give a darker impression than High Wolf while retaining a unique psychedelic feeling.Click here to see more Shelter Press ...
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This is a two-disc record released by French sound writer Felicia Atkinson on her own label Shelter Press in 2019.Contains 2 dreamy collage ambient songs where various tones such as piano, guitar, field recording, and pulse appear and disappear. Rashad Becker is in charge of mastering.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / ...
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A co-produced record released by German acoustic writer Andrew Pekler and Italian experimental label Senufo Editions presided over by Giuseppe Ielasi on the French experimental label Shelter Press in October 2021.Includes 10 songs from Floor Stick-Standing Techno-Collage Strange Beats-Ambient.Click here to see more Shelter Press releases ...
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This is the latest work released by Kali Malone, an ambient writer in Stockholm, Sweden, on the experimental label Portraits GRM in Paris, France in July 2022.The pipe organ used as the main source in the previous work is sealed, and two long-form drones produced using traditional instruments such as trombone and bass clarinet and ARP 7 synthesizer are recorded. --------------------------- Portraits GRM: "Living Torch, through its unique structural ...
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A 7CD BOX set by Akos Rozmann, an experimental musician from Budapest, Hungary.Below is a description of the label. Ákos Rózmann's Mass consists of 1989 electroacoustic works produced by the composer's studio and EMS in Stockholm between 2004 and 12.Like most of Rosman's compositions, Mass is a lengthy work of about seven hours.Rosman's Mass can be described as a giant fresco of personal observations of the first part of the Catholic Mass, "Killy" and "Gloria."A highly subjective view of the Mass text freezes the image of "Tropez" in Rosman's own words, the Swedish, Hungarian, and Latin meditations for a particular word and its association in the Mass text. It is emphasized by that.Some passages have nothing to do with the Mass sentence.Gloria I's organ song VI (also subtitled Silver and Dance Nocturne) is a kind of lamentation based on the phrase "Natten gråter" (night is crying).The interlude following Gloria I is composed of coffee cup collisions and empty chatter of bureaucratic musicians, which are often seen in concert halls in Sweden, and the composer's unique humor can be felt. ..The overall formal structure of a mass is complex, with the various parts acting simultaneously as independent songs and as part of a small group within the overall structure of the song.Some independent songs are played under the name of organ songs.For example, the three songs contained in the first Gloria part of the Mass form another independent piece called Triptykon, which premiered in 7 as an independent piece.In the first half of the Mass, the "positive power" expressed by the words of the Mass is expressed by various challenging sounds such as derogatory laughter, growls, gep, nauseating choking sounds, and vomiting sounds. The battle of "negative power" is unfolded.First, the negative force drags the positive force into a "black hole" or pocket.Then the positive power comes back and dominates the rest of Gloria.This formal narrative, according to an interview with the composer, expresses the nuances of this central confrontation of the Mass from a less dual and more complex perspective. "In the general sense, everything in the world seems to consist of the notion of positive or negative, but in Triptych (the first three songs in the Gloria songbook) it's not that simple. Different forces are different from each other. Although in conflict, the interrelationships are more complex than those of good and evil. "The most prominent sources of the work are the organ, the Hungarian cheetah, and the human voice.Throughout the song, a vocal group from a church in a village in Corsica sings Latin Mass in solo and chorus.In addition, Scholastic Gregoriana Holmier, conducted by Viveca Selvatius, German Benedictine monks, and Thomas Hammer participate in certain ceremonial protagonists. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 3, Akos Rosman studied composition at the Bartok Conservatory and the Liszt Conservatory. He went to Stockholm on a scholarship in 1996, studied composition under Ingvar Lidholm at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, and settled in Sweden.He was a longtime organist at the Catholic Cathedral in Stockholm.He met electroacoustic music early on, giving a new direction to his composition.With the exception of the first few songs, Rosman composed exclusively electroacoustic music, often favoring monumental forms, usually with organ and human voices as the most important sources, and a complex full of symbols. It uses a penetrating musical language.As a composer, he reluctantly lived a secluded life and demonstrated great originality without compromise.Rosman's music is often based on ethical or religious (Catholic or Buddhist) grounds for the fundamental question of existence, for example, the giant suite "The Image of Dreams and Death" previously released by the Idealogic Organ. And "3 stations" raises such a question. "Click here to see more Shelter Press ...
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It is a live album of Tokyo's psychedelic SSW Ai Aso. Recorded live at Daikanyama UNIT on November 2012, 11.Contains 3 pop songs with a feeling of floating. Released on the label ideallogic organ, supervised by Stephen O'Malley.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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An album released in 2019 by Kukangendai, a 6-piece minimal rock band based in Kyoto.Contains XNUMX tight songs.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at Tobira. ...
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This is a two-disc set containing the 1986 live sound source of Ustad Zia Mohiuddin Dagar, the master of traditional Indian singing method Dhrupad.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ ...
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A split record released in June 2020 by British cellist Lucy Railton and our familiar collage writer Max Eilbacher from the experimental label GRM in Paris, France.Each contains a long collage.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available ...
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This record was released by French drone writer Michèle Bokanowski in February 2021 on the country's Shelter Press.Includes two deep drone songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available ...
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A two-disc set released on the experimental label Shelter Press in Paris, France in 2020 by French experimental musician Kassel Jaeger, who has released many records from Editions Mego and Senufo Editions in the past.Includes 2 songs from pale ambient drone to three-dimensional drone.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic ...
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This is the 2020th full album released by Korean neo-classical writer Okkyung Lee, who has been released on Open Mouth, Tzadik, The Tapeworm, etc. in 8 on the experimental label Shelter Press in Paris, France.Includes 10 neo-classical songs that permeate the five viscera and six swords with harp, piano, and bass.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / ...
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A record released by the experimental label Shelter Press in Paris, France in April 2021 by PDP III, a project in which Lucy Railton and Brian Leeds (Huerco S) overlap the sounds centered on Britton Powell.Contains 4 deep listening electronic ambient songs.Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection ...
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