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Evan Lindorff-Ellery, president of Notice Recordings, an experimental label in New York, USA, released a limited edition of 2023 cassettes from Tripticks Tapes, an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, in March 3.Includes 75 tracks of noise drones using electric guitars, amplifiers, and contact microphones. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at...
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This is the debut cassette released by American sound collage trio Playbackers in March 2023 from the same country's experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes, limited to 3 pieces.Improvisational sound collage by turntable, cassette player and open reel - collage noise 100 songs included. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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American-Norwegian experimental duo Beam Splitter released a limited edition of 2023 cassettes from American experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes in March 3.Includes 100 improvisational drones and jazz noises with voice, trombone and electronics. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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New York clarinetist John McCowen, who has released on International Anthem in the past, and New York percussionist Carlo Costa, who has released on Inexhaustible Editions in the past. It is a co-created cassette released with a limited edition of 2023.Includes two acoustic drone songs with contrabass clarinet and bass drum. Comes with DL code. I also recommend John McCowen's previous work.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks...
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A limited edition cassette of 2022 pieces released in October 10 by double bass player Kyle Motl and noise artist Carlos Dominguez from Florida, USA, from Tripticks Tapes, an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA.Includes 75 jazz noise tracks by contrabass and feedback machine. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at...
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Korean experimental musician/self-made instrumentalist Leo Chang and Czech accordionist Lucie Vítková released a limited edition of 2022 cassettes in November 11 from Massachusetts' experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes. Leo's self-made instrument VOCALNORI, Korean traditional instrument Piri, and 60 improvised drone jazz songs with accordion, recorded for more than 3 hour. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at...
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Chilean Irarrázabal and two American Baldwin contrabass players collaborated on a cassette released in March 2 on Baldwin's experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes.It is a Gachincoin Pro recording work. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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This is a cassette released by Ted Reichman, the main American, in March 2022 from the Massachusetts experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes.Contains 3 minimal drone songs with accordion and synth. Comes with DL code.It is out of print.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This is a cassette released in November 2021 by Argentine acoustic writer Cecilia Lopez and American trumpet player Joe Moffett, limited to 11 pieces.Contains 75 collage jazz songs by circuit bending. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases ...
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The experimental jazz label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in September 2021 by a drummer and saxophonist in Vermont, which is limited to 9 pieces.Includes 100 improvisational jazz songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. ------------------------...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes in Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released by Nat Baldwin, a jazz writer in Maine, Maine, in October 2020, limited to 10 pieces.Includes 75 improvisational jazz songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. ...
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The experimental jazz label Tripticks Tapes in Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This is a limited edition of 2021 cassettes released by Forbes Graham, Jim Hobbs, Tatsuya Nakatani and Victoria Shen in May 5.Includes 100 minutes of improvisational jazz. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released by Spanish bassist Àlex Reviriego in July 2021 with a limited number of 7 pieces.Includes 66 songs from acoustic drone to improvisational jazz with a single double bass. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available ...
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The experimental jazz label Tripticks Tapes in Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in August 2021 by gabby fluke-mogul, Matteo Liberatore, Joanna Mattrey, and Ava Mendoza, limited to 8 pieces.Contains 100 improvisational jazz songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases ...
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A limited edition of 3 cassettes released by three improvisers from Germany and Poland in April 2023 from Tripticks Tapes, an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA.Recorded live at Spontaneous Music Festival, an experimental music festival in Poland. Comes with DL code.Below is a commentary by Spontaneous Music Festival organizer Andrzej Nowak. "At the 4th Spontaneous Music Festival at the Dragon Club in Poznan, an ad-hoc group of improvisational musicians dominated the line-up and met for the first time on stage. Lights on Sunday evening, final day of the event. In the darkness that has fallen, three intrepid improvisers decide to embark on a primordial journey.Berlin-born trombonist Matthias Müller brings with him a wealth of musical experience and skill. But among the most valuable of these was his immense ability to construct long brass phrases, typically without beginning or end, and with guitarist Pawel Doscotc, also from Poznań and Berlin. electro-acoustic multi-instrumentalist Emilio Goldoa, their journey has its own rhythms created by percussive electronics and guitar repetitions, with a lively heft and an ambient backdrop. It had a glamorous and surprisingly matte beauty to it, like a 'fake sound' festival, a river of sounds whose origins cannot be pinpointed.And the collective flow of their music ended with a chirping bird and a few seconds of silence, bracketing an unfinished sonic experiment and creating a truly dark mess in the listener's head. rice field. " Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to...
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New York experimental musician/writer Dominic Coles released a limited edition of 2023 CDs from New York's experimental label Tripticks in June 6.Contains 100 pieces of computer collage sound poetry.Below is a commentary by the author himself. "Alphabet* Interpretation aims to find the determinants of the behavior of the whole subject by reducing the signifier to its non-meaning (absence of meaning) rather than clarifying the meaning. *Mama's Words I When I was a kid, I used to play a game where I could repeat any word over and over and hear it lose its meaning in my mouth, each time it became weirder, clumsy and alien. There is something alien about our language, and the voice as a conductor to that language: think of the endless awkwardness of hearing a recording of your own voice. No awkwardness when listening to recordings of our own voice, and it is only in the mouths of others that our words become clear. The words inside are actually foreign, not our own, because we are born into a world of premade discourses, the linguistic world of our parents and caretakers. From the beginning we have rooms and names and spaces in the linguistic world of our parents, this language is placed in us and in so far as it brings us the desire to be its favorite companion, it is also our It is also their desire placed within.Listening to the alphabet materializes this alienation in language.It begins didactically.Each word taken from a fragment of a narrated dream is an abstract The alphabet is developed in this electronic sound, and repetition reinforces the association between the word and the synthesized sound, allowing the listener to continue the association even after the sound disappears.The two types of alphabet listening The research was an early attempt to activate this process and evoke a newly coded voice in the listener's mind.Alphabet 3: push uses its own synthetic alphabet and uses it as a musical Placed in context, these speech-related sounds are brought into contact with uncoded musical tones (sounds that are not known to be speech-related), which become a form of interference and signal jamming that the listener loses contact with the original word.Although the synthetic alphabet is still easy to associate with the voice, it becomes almost impossible to find the original word content.This lost word becomes the content of the recollected dream fragment. It is the auditor's power that can operate through the medium of the listening context and the auditor's ability to speak with his tongue, his language, his associations where meaning has been lost. can be sandwiched.Once a language is fixed, it becomes a cage.Language determines our movements within it and our ideas about what is possible and what could be.Working with the signifier or signifier itself is to transform this cage, to understand that nothing in the world is fixed, but fundamentally transmutable and subject to transmutation. .For this purpose, both the listener and the subject of the listener itself are transformed in the audition.But work is needed to make this transformation a reality.At this point, I would like to emphasize the great effort required on the part of the listener to work with the signifier.It takes real effort to hear each word as a new codification.It is a demanding, difficult and sometimes tedious process.But isn't that true of all the work we do with ourselves? " +++ Below is a commentary by Sunik Kim. "Dominic Coles' introduction of the possibility of boredom into the act of listening is in itself admirable.We are exposed to passive boredom every day.Whether it's a job, the endless logistics of making a living, or more precisely, a bottomless flood of art that seeks to minimize the friction between the listener and the sound, listening devices and It seeks to hide, rather than expose, the many mediation layers and barriers between the bare waves.Traces of difficulty and ease are all too easily transferred to the surface of the sound material itself.Friction, or lack thereof, is only given formal life in the inevitable sorting and categorization into separate, readable genre buckets.It's wonderful that this collection of studies (lessons) is permeated with humor and wittyness.This dynamism is manifested through layers of misalignment, discontinuity, and contradiction.Between pre-written texts and sometimes sloppily spoken, trailing recordings, seemingly utterly abstract and almost snappy moments of aural expression (insect chirps here, muted trumpets there). between text and synthesis.By bringing these discrepancies to the surface rather than hiding them, the work finds a fulcrum of piston movement that not only easily pushes us from one module to the next, but also creates a strange artificiality in the act of listening itself. Shining a light on sex and stubbornness inseparable from the world.The work leaks out, but this maintains and enhances rather than cuts off its primal roots.By being organically drawn into this pedagogical process, this is a natural invitation that is welcomed, not simply commanded, but laser-focused on the qualities and interactions of the material at hand. .The moments when everything comes together, when patterns and gestures that were once strangely connected become familiar, even catchy, precede moments when everything falls apart and meaning disappears.In the process, we become active, creating a new, unheard of language made up of fragments of the old and the familiar.This newness, like our own transformation, is entirely private.But as a result, the joy and intensity of the work disappeared.And the world begins to hum and tremble at the newly discovered possibilities of change. " +++ Below are the names of each song.
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Japanese Ondes Martenotist Tomomi Kubo and Argentinian saxophonist Camila Nebbia released a collaborative cassette from Tripticks Tapes, an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA in October 2022.Contains 10 improvisational songs. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at...
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Experimental musicians Amirtha Kidambi and Luke Stewart from New York, USA, collaborated on a limited edition of 2022 cassettes released in July 7 from the Massachusetts experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes.Includes 100 songs from feedback jazz to improvisation. Comes with DL code.It is out of print.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at...
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A cassette released in May 2022 by Weston Olencki, a trombonist from Vermont, USA, from the Massachusetts experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes.Contains 5 experimental jazz drones using trombone, banjo, and organ - noise collage - ambient folk drone. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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A cassette released by Sean Ali, Cecilia Lopez, Michael Foste, and Eli Wallace in June 2022 from Tripticks Tapes, an experimental/jazz label in Massachusetts, USA.Contains 6 free jazz songs. Comes with DL code.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases...
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American guitarist/woodworker/instrument maker Webb Crawford released a debut cassette limited to 2022 pieces in September 9 from Massachusetts' experimental/jazz label Tripticks Tapes.Includes 100 improvisational songs with electric and acoustic guitars. Comes with DL code.It is out of print.Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira.
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in October 2021 by the contrabass players Brandon Lopez and TAK Ensemble of New Jersey in the country, limited to 10 pieces.Includes 100 free jazz drones. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This is a cassette released in March 2022 by duo L'Ocell and guitarist Ferran Fages by Spanish contrabass player Àlex Reviriego and guitarist Fernando Carrasco, limited to 3 pieces.Contains 75 acoustic drone songs. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in September 2021 by bassist Luke Stewart of Washington, DC, limited to 9 pieces.As the title suggests, it contains 100 improvisational songs of electric bass single spear. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in July 2021 by the acoustic drone band The Pitch in Berlin, Germany, limited to 7 pieces.Includes 75 drone songs by clarinet, vibraphone, upright bass, organ, etc. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes from Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released by the impro band The Relatives by TJ Borden (cello), James McKain (tenor sax), and Leo Suarez (drums / perc) in March 2022, limited to 3 pieces. ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes in Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in February 2021 by Patrick Shiroishi, a LA saxophonist who is also a member of the traditional band, limited to 2 pieces.Includes 100 improvisational songs by a single saxophone. DL code included.It is already out of print.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. ...
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The experimental label Tripticks Tapes in Massachusetts, USA is in stock.This work is a cassette released in March 2021 by the improvisational Picus of Barcelona, ​​Spain, limited to 3 pieces.Includes 100 minutes of noise and drone jazz. DL code included.Click here to see more Tripticks Tapes releases available at Tobira. ------------------------...
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