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Gianluca Favaron / Stefano Gentile / Carl Michael Von Hausswolff / Rod Modell // Landslide (For Fields Recordings and Sine Waves) 2xLP +12 "BOOKLET

Gianluca Favaron / Stefano Gentile / Carl Michael Von Hausswolff / Rod Modell // Landslide (For Fields Recordings and Sine Waves) 2xLP +12 "BOOKLET

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A 2022-Way split record released in March 3 by Italian sound writers Gianluca Favaron and Stefano Gentile, Swedish mogul writer Carl Michael Von Hausswolff, and American sound writer Rod Modell.Comes with a record-sized booklet.Below is a description of the label.

On October 1963, 10, 9 million cubic meters of rock collapsed from the summit of Monte Tok.It fell into the Vajondam Reservoir, creating a storm of water of at least 2 million cubic meters. Completed in 6, this dam, one of the largest in the world at the time, was not severely damaged.However, floods destroyed several villages in the valley, killing nearly 5 people.In a sense, landslides have swept the past and future of the entire region.Only a few minutes of the end left scars and stigma for decades to come.

Time is crystallized in the eternal present.

Around the version, you can often hear the sound of small landslides.

Landslide: A large mass of soil or rock that moves down more or less rapidly.In addition, the holes created by this movement and the released substances are accumulated.

Based on these two keywords, I searched for the sound hidden in the silence of Vahon.Today, in a quiet moment, this landscape reverberates from the past ... descending movements, crystallized matter, ghosts of former inhabitants, and more.Freezing time.

As I explore this place, I suspect that something remains on the surface of the earth. The original version of Landslide and the Carl Michael Von Hausswolf version reconstruct nature in a unique and unusual way.It is sewn with a cloth of minimal sound.The result is not a direct reproduction of an event or its emotional reaction to that event, but rather ... a more intangible interpretation.The urge to provoke emotions of falling, land movement, and withdrawal.New sound chords mix, overlap, collide, re-aggregate, and re-fuse.The Modell version, on the other hand, offers a more organic approach.The sound of a valley at night overlaid with psychotropic drones and other floating noises.The current echo and the past echo are combined.

CALAMITA / À (2013-ongoing) is a tool for investigating the topic of modern versions and common catastrophes.This project is curated by Giampaolo Arena and Marina Caneve. " 

Silentes Other worksthis /// Click here to see more Silentes / 13 releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 300. 2x12 "LP + 12" 4-page insert

Side A --Landslide (17'58 ”) by Gianluca Favaron and Stefano Gentile
Side B --Landslide reworked (18'07 ”) by Rod Modell
Side C --Landslide (remix) (17'57 ”) by Carl Michael von Hausswolf
Side D --Landslide (remix) reworked (18'01 ”) by Rod Modell

Text by Silentes:

"On October 9, 1963, 260 million cubic meters of rock broke off from the top of Monte Toc. It fell into the reservoir of the Vajont dam, producing an enormous wave of at least 50 million cubic meters of water. The dam, completed in 1959 and one of the biggest in the world at the time, did not suffer any serious damage. However, flooding destroyed several villages in the valley and killed almost 2,000 people. An apocalypse lasting just a few minutes left scars and stigmata for decades to follow.

Time is crystallised in an eternal present.

Around the Vajont area, you often hear small landslides.

Landslide: a natural downwards movement, more or less rapid, of large masses of earth and rock; also the hole created by this movement, and the accumulation of material from this release.

Movement and accumulation are two keywords that guided the search for the sounds hidden in the silence of the Vajont landscape. In quiet moments today, the landscape reveals reverberations of it's past ... the movements of downward sliding, crystallized substances, and ghosts of its previous inhabitants. Frozen in time.

Exploring the area, one wonders if anything remains under the surface. The original version of Landslide, and the Carl Michael Von Hausswolf version, re-construct nature in a unique and unusual way. a verbatim recreation of an event, or emotional responses of that event, but rather .... a more intangible interpretation. Impulses that trigger feelings of the fall, the movement of land, and detachment. Expressed with a new code of sound. Mixed While the Modell versions offer a more organic approach. Sounds of the valley at night, layered with psychotropic drones and other hovering noises. Echoes of present combined with echoes of the past.

CALAMITA / À (2013-ongoing) is a tool for investigating the contemporary Vajont and the topic of catastrophes in general. The project is curated by Gianpaolo Arena and Marina Caneve. "

Artist: Gianluca Favaron / Stefano Gentile / Carl Michael Von Hausswolff / Rod Modell 

Label: Silentes / 13

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A 2022-Way split record released in March 3 by Italian sound writers Gianluca Favaron and Stefano Gentile, Swedish mogul writer Carl Michael Von Hausswolff, and American sound writer Rod Modell.Comes with a record-sized booklet.Below is a description of the label.

On October 1963, 10, 9 million cubic meters of rock collapsed from the summit of Monte Tok.It fell into the Vajondam Reservoir, creating a storm of water of at least 2 million cubic meters. Completed in 6, this dam, one of the largest in the world at the time, was not severely damaged.However, floods destroyed several villages in the valley, killing nearly 5 people.In a sense, landslides have swept the past and future of the entire region.Only a few minutes of the end left scars and stigma for decades to come.

Time is crystallized in the eternal present.

Around the version, you can often hear the sound of small landslides.

Landslide: A large mass of soil or rock that moves down more or less rapidly.In addition, the holes created by this movement and the released substances are accumulated.

Based on these two keywords, I searched for the sound hidden in the silence of Vahon.Today, in a quiet moment, this landscape reverberates from the past ... descending movements, crystallized matter, ghosts of former inhabitants, and more.Freezing time.

As I explore this place, I suspect that something remains on the surface of the earth. The original version of Landslide and the Carl Michael Von Hausswolf version reconstruct nature in a unique and unusual way.It is sewn with a cloth of minimal sound.The result is not a direct reproduction of an event or its emotional reaction to that event, but rather ... a more intangible interpretation.The urge to provoke emotions of falling, land movement, and withdrawal.New sound chords mix, overlap, collide, re-aggregate, and re-fuse.The Modell version, on the other hand, offers a more organic approach.The sound of a valley at night overlaid with psychotropic drones and other floating noises.The current echo and the past echo are combined.

CALAMITA / À (2013-ongoing) is a tool for investigating the topic of modern versions and common catastrophes.This project is curated by Giampaolo Arena and Marina Caneve. " 

Silentes Other worksthis /// Click here to see more Silentes / 13 releases available at Tobira. 

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

Edition of 300. 2x12 "LP + 12" 4-page insert

Side A --Landslide (17'58 ”) by Gianluca Favaron and Stefano Gentile
Side B --Landslide reworked (18'07 ”) by Rod Modell
Side C --Landslide (remix) (17'57 ”) by Carl Michael von Hausswolf
Side D --Landslide (remix) reworked (18'01 ”) by Rod Modell

Text by Silentes:

"On October 9, 1963, 260 million cubic meters of rock broke off from the top of Monte Toc. It fell into the reservoir of the Vajont dam, producing an enormous wave of at least 50 million cubic meters of water. The dam, completed in 1959 and one of the biggest in the world at the time, did not suffer any serious damage. However, flooding destroyed several villages in the valley and killed almost 2,000 people. An apocalypse lasting just a few minutes left scars and stigmata for decades to follow.

Time is crystallised in an eternal present.

Around the Vajont area, you often hear small landslides.

Landslide: a natural downwards movement, more or less rapid, of large masses of earth and rock; also the hole created by this movement, and the accumulation of material from this release.

Movement and accumulation are two keywords that guided the search for the sounds hidden in the silence of the Vajont landscape. In quiet moments today, the landscape reveals reverberations of it's past ... the movements of downward sliding, crystallized substances, and ghosts of its previous inhabitants. Frozen in time.

Exploring the area, one wonders if anything remains under the surface. The original version of Landslide, and the Carl Michael Von Hausswolf version, re-construct nature in a unique and unusual way. a verbatim recreation of an event, or emotional responses of that event, but rather .... a more intangible interpretation. Impulses that trigger feelings of the fall, the movement of land, and detachment. Expressed with a new code of sound. Mixed While the Modell versions offer a more organic approach. Sounds of the valley at night, layered with psychotropic drones and other hovering noises. Echoes of present combined with echoes of the past.

CALAMITA / À (2013-ongoing) is a tool for investigating the contemporary Vajont and the topic of catastrophes in general. The project is curated by Gianpaolo Arena and Marina Caneve. "

Artist: Gianluca Favaron / Stefano Gentile / Carl Michael Von Hausswolff / Rod Modell 

Label: Silentes / 13