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Eric La Casa + Eamon Sprod // Friche: Transition CD

Eric La Casa + Eamon Sprod // Friche: Transition CD

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A CD co-written by French sound writer Eric La Casa and Australian sound writer Tarab (Eamon Sprod).Includes 4 acoustic sculptures constructed by processing environmental sounds.

Edition of 300.

"During Spring 2015, Eamon Sprod and Eric La Casa spent one week to record on waste grounds, at the north east of Paris, and along the canal Ourcq. Spaces which are somehow both inside yet apart from the city; waiting spaces from which to listen to the threshold of the city. "

Aurelio Ciancotta --Neural review:

" Sprod is an Australian sound artist working for almost two decades; La Casa is an experienced French experimenter and field recorder. In Spring 2015, they spent a week making recordings in areas in the northeast of Paris and over the canal Ourcq. These are areas that They can be considered as alien outposts where it's possible to listen to the wheezes of a contemporary metropolis regurgitating its own development. Behind a continuous hiss, the weave of the first “transition "Is basically made of small buzzes; dogs barking; and piercing audio emergencies; noise made by small movements and by the wind; whistles and crackles. In the following section, the alternation between silence and sound sets a different perception of the space, with But this is just a fleeting impression, because the nature of this indistinct rummage consists of moving inside an enormous variety of dull and d ark sounds.  In our imagination, the artists are guides walking over a slow and deep, cathartic travel in some difficult lands. There are also rolls, liquid sounds or sounds produced by materials burning, metallic or glass resonances. It's possible to obtain a list of audio recordings from the garbage, a sum of vibrating data, which is given a certain development (we don't know if it's the result of some post-production work or just the raw recordings). The final result is outstanding; the duo is able to transform something from everyday life belonging to a still and depressing environment into an engaging, mysterious and unforgettable experience. "

Artist: Eric La Casa + Eamon Sprod

Label: Label: Swarming

A CD co-written by French sound writer Eric La Casa and Australian sound writer Tarab (Eamon Sprod).Includes 4 acoustic sculptures constructed by processing environmental sounds.

Edition of 300.

"During Spring 2015, Eamon Sprod and Eric La Casa spent one week to record on waste grounds, at the north east of Paris, and along the canal Ourcq. Spaces which are somehow both inside yet apart from the city; waiting spaces from which to listen to the threshold of the city. "

Aurelio Ciancotta --Neural review:

" Sprod is an Australian sound artist working for almost two decades; La Casa is an experienced French experimenter and field recorder. In Spring 2015, they spent a week making recordings in areas in the northeast of Paris and over the canal Ourcq. These are areas that They can be considered as alien outposts where it's possible to listen to the wheezes of a contemporary metropolis regurgitating its own development. Behind a continuous hiss, the weave of the first “transition "Is basically made of small buzzes; dogs barking; and piercing audio emergencies; noise made by small movements and by the wind; whistles and crackles. In the following section, the alternation between silence and sound sets a different perception of the space, with But this is just a fleeting impression, because the nature of this indistinct rummage consists of moving inside an enormous variety of dull and d ark sounds.  In our imagination, the artists are guides walking over a slow and deep, cathartic travel in some difficult lands. There are also rolls, liquid sounds or sounds produced by materials burning, metallic or glass resonances. It's possible to obtain a list of audio recordings from the garbage, a sum of vibrating data, which is given a certain development (we don't know if it's the result of some post-production work or just the raw recordings). The final result is outstanding; the duo is able to transform something from everyday life belonging to a still and depressing environment into an engaging, mysterious and unforgettable experience. "

Artist: Eric La Casa + Eamon Sprod

Label: Label: Swarming