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Giuseppe Ielasi // Rhetorical Islands LP

Giuseppe Ielasi // Rhetorical Islands LP

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This is a reissue record released by Giuseppe Ielashi, head of the experimental label Senufo Editions in Milan, Italy, from the experimental label Faitiche in Berlin, Germany in March 2024. (Original CD released in 3)

Contains 10 songs from floor stand-up noise minimal techno to noise collage. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Faitiche releases available at Tobira.

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12" black vinyl. Limited edition of 300. LP with text and image print on the sleeve. Includes DL code.

Tracklist:

1 01:03
2 02:02
3 03:04
4 04:03
5 05:02
6 06:02
7 07:02
8 08:01
9 09:02
10 10:03

Faitiche:

"First vinyl edition of the album Rhetorical Islands, originally released by Giuseppe Ielasi in 2012 as a limited-edition CD on his Senufo Editions label, with recordings made in 2011 as a commission for l'Audible Festival, Paris.

The album's ten tracks have neither titles nor accompanying text, standing for themselves as what Ielasi himself has called “isolated sound worlds”. They are nevertheless unparalleled in their plasticity, acoustic events with a rare degree of tangibility. Ielasi evokes physical objects, some of which seem to have been constructed out of paper and cardboard, others based on a mechanics of elastic materials. Of course these objects are hallucinations, and precisely because Ielasi constructs them so masterfully there's no need for any further information. Here's to everyone creating their very own sculptures while listening to Rhetorical Islands!

The front and back cover features 0.058, a work on paper by the artists Thomas & Renée Rapedius. They make sculptures whose form and artistic inspiration are defined by their materials. Like Ielasi's acoustic islands, their impact derives from self-referentiality, resulting in paradoxical objects that embody both a detailed material study and a potential for free association.
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Artist: Giuseppe Ielasi

Label: Faitiche

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This is a reissue record released by Giuseppe Ielashi, head of the experimental label Senufo Editions in Milan, Italy, from the experimental label Faitiche in Berlin, Germany in March 2024. (Original CD released in 3)

Contains 10 songs from floor stand-up noise minimal techno to noise collage. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Faitiche releases available at Tobira.

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12" black vinyl. Limited edition of 300. LP with text and image print on the sleeve. Includes DL code.

Tracklist:

1 01:03
2 02:02
3 03:04
4 04:03
5 05:02
6 06:02
7 07:02
8 08:01
9 09:02
10 10:03

Faitiche:

"First vinyl edition of the album Rhetorical Islands, originally released by Giuseppe Ielasi in 2012 as a limited-edition CD on his Senufo Editions label, with recordings made in 2011 as a commission for l'Audible Festival, Paris.

The album's ten tracks have neither titles nor accompanying text, standing for themselves as what Ielasi himself has called “isolated sound worlds”. They are nevertheless unparalleled in their plasticity, acoustic events with a rare degree of tangibility. Ielasi evokes physical objects, some of which seem to have been constructed out of paper and cardboard, others based on a mechanics of elastic materials. Of course these objects are hallucinations, and precisely because Ielasi constructs them so masterfully there's no need for any further information. Here's to everyone creating their very own sculptures while listening to Rhetorical Islands!

The front and back cover features 0.058, a work on paper by the artists Thomas & Renée Rapedius. They make sculptures whose form and artistic inspiration are defined by their materials. Like Ielasi's acoustic islands, their impact derives from self-referentiality, resulting in paradoxical objects that embody both a detailed material study and a potential for free association.
"

Artist: Giuseppe Ielasi

Label: Faitiche