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Holy Similaun // Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia LP

Holy Similaun // Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia LP

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This is a record released in May 2023 by experimental techno artist Holy Similaun from Trento, Italy, with a limited edition of 5 copies from the country's experimental label Kohlhaas.

Contains 2 tracks of immersive floor stick-type techno and noisy ambient drones. Comes with DL code.

Vocals and poetry by Archipel, mastering by Giuseppe Ielashi.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Holy Similaun and Archipel, in 'Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia', once again find themselves at the complex intersection of human memory, time and its perception.

This idealized in-depth analysis of "Arcaskathel" explores the blurred boundaries between reality and fantasy in just under 20 minutes.
Electronic and ambient soundscapes merge with traditional Japanese instruments and Rougea's poignant harp to create a tapestry of sounds that oscillate between tranquil beauty and maddening dissonance.
From yearning nostalgia to the intense confusion and disorientation that accompanies amnesia, this tracking shot explores the nuances of each sound and word amid brutal distortions, thundering melodies and walls of punishing noise. It's something that invites listeners to do so.
Bold vocals expertly crafted by Archipel add even more depth to an already rich sonic landscape, morphing from demonic whispers to lullabies in the blink of an eye.

Even in turbulent moments, "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia" is rooted in a sense of grace and beauty.The echoes of this immersive sound experience will stay with you long after the music is over. "

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

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Includes DL code. Pressed on 12" black vinyl. Edition of 300.

Kohlhaas:

"Holy Similaun and Archipel dwell once again in the complex intersection of human memory, time and its perception with "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia".

In just under 20', this ideal in-depth analysis of "Arcaskathel" explores the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion.
Electronic and ambient soundscapes meld with japanese instrumentation and rouge-ah's poignant harp to create a sonic tapestry that ebbs and flows between moments of serene beauty and frenzied dissonance.
From longing nostalgia to the violent confusion and disorientation that comes with the loss of memory, this tracking shot invites the listener to explore the nuances of each sound and word, amidst the juxtaposition of brutal distortion, soaring melodies and punishing walls of noise.
The bold vocals, expertly crafted by Archipel, add another layer of depth to the already rich sonic landscape, shifting from demonic whispers to lullabies in the blink of an eye.

Even in its most turbulent moments, "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia" remains grounded in a sense of grace and beauty. The echoes of this immersive sonic experience will stay with you long after the music has stopped. "

Artist : Holy Similaun

Label: Kohlhaas

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This is a record released in May 2023 by experimental techno artist Holy Similaun from Trento, Italy, with a limited edition of 5 copies from the country's experimental label Kohlhaas.

Contains 2 tracks of immersive floor stick-type techno and noisy ambient drones. Comes with DL code.

Vocals and poetry by Archipel, mastering by Giuseppe Ielashi.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Holy Similaun and Archipel, in 'Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia', once again find themselves at the complex intersection of human memory, time and its perception.

This idealized in-depth analysis of "Arcaskathel" explores the blurred boundaries between reality and fantasy in just under 20 minutes.
Electronic and ambient soundscapes merge with traditional Japanese instruments and Rougea's poignant harp to create a tapestry of sounds that oscillate between tranquil beauty and maddening dissonance.
From yearning nostalgia to the intense confusion and disorientation that accompanies amnesia, this tracking shot explores the nuances of each sound and word amid brutal distortions, thundering melodies and walls of punishing noise. It's something that invites listeners to do so.
Bold vocals expertly crafted by Archipel add even more depth to an already rich sonic landscape, morphing from demonic whispers to lullabies in the blink of an eye.

Even in turbulent moments, "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia" is rooted in a sense of grace and beauty.The echoes of this immersive sound experience will stay with you long after the music is over. "

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

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Includes DL code. Pressed on 12" black vinyl. Edition of 300.

Kohlhaas:

"Holy Similaun and Archipel dwell once again in the complex intersection of human memory, time and its perception with "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia".

In just under 20', this ideal in-depth analysis of "Arcaskathel" explores the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion.
Electronic and ambient soundscapes meld with japanese instrumentation and rouge-ah's poignant harp to create a sonic tapestry that ebbs and flows between moments of serene beauty and frenzied dissonance.
From longing nostalgia to the violent confusion and disorientation that comes with the loss of memory, this tracking shot invites the listener to explore the nuances of each sound and word, amidst the juxtaposition of brutal distortion, soaring melodies and punishing walls of noise.
The bold vocals, expertly crafted by Archipel, add another layer of depth to the already rich sonic landscape, shifting from demonic whispers to lullabies in the blink of an eye.

Even in its most turbulent moments, "Radicor al flort, espert on'ill il erb, aor Raetia" remains grounded in a sense of grace and beauty. The echoes of this immersive sonic experience will stay with you long after the music has stopped. "

Artist : Holy Similaun

Label: Kohlhaas