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Lucy Railton / Max Eilbacher // Forma / Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly) LP

Lucy Railton / Max Eilbacher // Forma / Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly) LP

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A split record released in June 2020 by British cellist Lucy Railton and our familiar collage writer Max Eilbacher from the experimental label GRM in Paris, France.Each contains a long collage.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at Tobira. 

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Text by Portraits GRM:

Its beauty lies in gentle projections, which, though subtle, leave deep impressions, like the wings of a nocturnal moth reflecting dark light. Its beauty lies in gentle projections, which, though subtle, leave deep impressions, like the wings of a nocturnal moth reflecting dark light. instead, a mysterious intention appears through an imperious unfolding --its logic escapes us, but nevertheless captivates us. It is the story of a becoming of forms, as well. as of their fading away and their appearance as a disappearance.

Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly), by Max Eilbacher is a teeming piece, a matrix where textures and structures merge together, where the polyrhythmic instances become timbre, where the formal abstraction of the harmonic volutes coagulates around a vibrating form And this formal mastery is not disembodied in Max Eilbacher's work and the kaleidoscopic forms of the sound spectra that he has deployed know how to resonate in the sensations and experiences of each one.

These works, each with their own agenda, evolved with grace and inspiration in their exploration of vast sound worlds, and it is with great pride that we present them in the new collection. "

Released in association with Editions Mego.
Coordination GRM: François Bonnet, Jules Négrier

Executive Production: Peter Rehberg
 

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Forma
--Lucy Railton
2019/23'19

Forma, for multichannel tape and live cello
Commissioned by INA GRM and first performed on the Acousmonium at INA GRM's Multiphonies Concert Series, Maison de la Radio, Paris on June 1st 2019.
Cello recorded live in concert, performed by Lucy Railton. Serge Synthesizer recorded at GRM Studios in April 2019.
Organ recorded in Skálholt Cathedral, Iceland, by Alex Bonney, performed by Kit Downes in 2017.
All other materials recorded, mixed and created by Lucy Railton at GRM Studios and in her Berlin studio between November 2018 and May 2019.
Mix by Lucy Railton / Premaster by Emmanuel Richier (GRM)

Photo by George Nebieridze
Part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.

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Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly)
Max EilbacherMore
2019/22'29

Created and recorded November 2018-March 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Fly recording made September 2018 in Carrieres-sous-Poissy, France.
Made for the Presences électronique festival 2019 in Paris, France.
Mixed from 8 channels to stereo August 2019.

Flute by Ka Baird
Text by Max Eilbacher / Text read by Alexander Moskos and Miriam Salaymeh
Photo by Didier Allard © INA /

Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi / Cut by Kauffelt at Schnittstelle, Berlin, February 2020.
Sleeve design by Stephen O'Malley

Artist: Lucy Railton / Max Eilbacher

Label: Portraits GRM

A split record released in June 2020 by British cellist Lucy Railton and our familiar collage writer Max Eilbacher from the experimental label GRM in Paris, France.Each contains a long collage.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Shelter Press / Recollection GRM / Ideologic Organ releases available at Tobira. 

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

Text by Portraits GRM:

Its beauty lies in gentle projections, which, though subtle, leave deep impressions, like the wings of a nocturnal moth reflecting dark light. Its beauty lies in gentle projections, which, though subtle, leave deep impressions, like the wings of a nocturnal moth reflecting dark light. instead, a mysterious intention appears through an imperious unfolding --its logic escapes us, but nevertheless captivates us. It is the story of a becoming of forms, as well. as of their fading away and their appearance as a disappearance.

Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly), by Max Eilbacher is a teeming piece, a matrix where textures and structures merge together, where the polyrhythmic instances become timbre, where the formal abstraction of the harmonic volutes coagulates around a vibrating form And this formal mastery is not disembodied in Max Eilbacher's work and the kaleidoscopic forms of the sound spectra that he has deployed know how to resonate in the sensations and experiences of each one.

These works, each with their own agenda, evolved with grace and inspiration in their exploration of vast sound worlds, and it is with great pride that we present them in the new collection. "

Released in association with Editions Mego.
Coordination GRM: François Bonnet, Jules Négrier

Executive Production: Peter Rehberg
 

~~~~~~~

Forma
--Lucy Railton
2019/23'19

Forma, for multichannel tape and live cello
Commissioned by INA GRM and first performed on the Acousmonium at INA GRM's Multiphonies Concert Series, Maison de la Radio, Paris on June 1st 2019.
Cello recorded live in concert, performed by Lucy Railton. Serge Synthesizer recorded at GRM Studios in April 2019.
Organ recorded in Skálholt Cathedral, Iceland, by Alex Bonney, performed by Kit Downes in 2017.
All other materials recorded, mixed and created by Lucy Railton at GRM Studios and in her Berlin studio between November 2018 and May 2019.
Mix by Lucy Railton / Premaster by Emmanuel Richier (GRM)

Photo by George Nebieridze
Part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Metabolist Meter (Foster, Cottin, Caetani and a Fly)
Max EilbacherMore
2019/22'29

Created and recorded November 2018-March 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Fly recording made September 2018 in Carrieres-sous-Poissy, France.
Made for the Presences électronique festival 2019 in Paris, France.
Mixed from 8 channels to stereo August 2019.

Flute by Ka Baird
Text by Max Eilbacher / Text read by Alexander Moskos and Miriam Salaymeh
Photo by Didier Allard © INA /

Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi / Cut by Kauffelt at Schnittstelle, Berlin, February 2020.
Sleeve design by Stephen O'Malley

Artist: Lucy Railton / Max Eilbacher

Label: Portraits GRM