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Gammelsæter & Marhaug // Higgs Boson LP

Gammelsæter & Marhaug // Higgs Boson LP

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This is a collaborative record by Norwegian experimental musicians Runhild Gammelsæter and Lasse Marhaug, released in 2022 on the French experimental label Ideologic Organ.

8 collage drone songs with voice, guitar, and synthIs recorded.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Shelter Press /  Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at Tobira. 

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12" black vinyl. Edition of 700. 

tracklist:

  1. The Stark Effect 02:52
  2. The Magus 04:43
  3. Static Case 03:56
  4. Ondes De Fase 04:00
  5. Forces 05:50
  6. Propeller Arc 06:46
  7. Hadron Collider 05:34
  8. These Questions 09:54

Text excerpt by Ideologic Organ:

"...Throughout the profound process of creating “Higgs Boson”, Gammelsæter and Marhaug drew inspiration from various subjects and artists. For Marhaug, it was concepts informed by the structuralist experimental cinema of Japanese directors Takashi Ito and Toshio Matsumoto, futurist worlds of French comic book artists Philippe Druillet and Jean Moebius Giraud , landscape photography of Fay Godwin, Kåre Kivijärvi, and Tamiko Nishimura, among others. 

It became a metaphysical juxtaposition involving Gammelsaeter's research and lyrical ideas based on several seemingly unrelated principles. A process of association inspired by “the Glass Bead Game” by Herman Hesse. The discovery of the Higgs Boson as a confirmation of the physical universe. The work of Ernst Schrödinger on the uncertainty principle. The four forces of physics. The Force. Helplessness under armed forces - as the war sailors in World War II. The influence of magic as expressed in tarot. 

Gammelsæter experiments with a boundary involving the thresholds among various states of focus and legibility by forensic experimentation with techniques such as exclusive expression of consonants, syllabic repetition, retrograde text vocalisations and multi-lingual layering. Her vocal inspirational sources include Sidsel Endresen, Diamanda Galas, Natacha Atlas, the choral works of Rachmaninov, and the bands Carcass and Grave..."

Artist : Gammelsæter & Marhaug

Label: Ideologic Organ

CAT No.: SOMA043lp

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This is a collaborative record by Norwegian experimental musicians Runhild Gammelsæter and Lasse Marhaug, released in 2022 on the French experimental label Ideologic Organ.

8 collage drone songs with voice, guitar, and synthIs recorded.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Shelter Press /  Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at Tobira. 

------------------------------

12" black vinyl. Edition of 700. 

tracklist:

  1. The Stark Effect 02:52
  2. The Magus 04:43
  3. Static Case 03:56
  4. Ondes De Fase 04:00
  5. Forces 05:50
  6. Propeller Arc 06:46
  7. Hadron Collider 05:34
  8. These Questions 09:54

Text excerpt by Ideologic Organ:

"...Throughout the profound process of creating “Higgs Boson”, Gammelsæter and Marhaug drew inspiration from various subjects and artists. For Marhaug, it was concepts informed by the structuralist experimental cinema of Japanese directors Takashi Ito and Toshio Matsumoto, futurist worlds of French comic book artists Philippe Druillet and Jean Moebius Giraud , landscape photography of Fay Godwin, Kåre Kivijärvi, and Tamiko Nishimura, among others. 

It became a metaphysical juxtaposition involving Gammelsaeter's research and lyrical ideas based on several seemingly unrelated principles. A process of association inspired by “the Glass Bead Game” by Herman Hesse. The discovery of the Higgs Boson as a confirmation of the physical universe. The work of Ernst Schrödinger on the uncertainty principle. The four forces of physics. The Force. Helplessness under armed forces - as the war sailors in World War II. The influence of magic as expressed in tarot. 

Gammelsæter experiments with a boundary involving the thresholds among various states of focus and legibility by forensic experimentation with techniques such as exclusive expression of consonants, syllabic repetition, retrograde text vocalisations and multi-lingual layering. Her vocal inspirational sources include Sidsel Endresen, Diamanda Galas, Natacha Atlas, the choral works of Rachmaninov, and the bands Carcass and Grave..."

Artist : Gammelsæter & Marhaug

Label: Ideologic Organ

CAT No.: SOMA043lp