The Chicago outfit is making a return trip to WFMU having successfully crammed all 30ish of its members inside our cozy Love Room back in , and they'll be featuring songs from their latest album L.
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The music is created through improvisation and then edited and mixed together, I think. There are nine pieces here, with a total playing time of forty-three minutes. I am not sure how that works in the recording process - do they stop every five or so minutes and then start a new piece? Or do they play for x amount of hours and cut the best bits as separate pieces? It's partly noise based, but it never is about playing as loud as possible for as long as possible.
These two men rather apply collage techniques in their playing with sounds popping up and disappearing as easily - or so it seems - with occasional long form sustaining sounds at the bottom of it all, providing the paper and glue for these collages to stick on. It's noise that is created with some consideration. Not just when playing it, but also when mixing these pieces together.
The listener is supposed to enjoy this, and this listener surely does. This time Jean Derome is their partner. As a trio however they have already performed for a longer time. On april 12th, they recorded this crystal clear recording in the studio. Goldstein playing violin, Wiens mainly prepared electric guitar plus kalimba, and Derome alto sax, flute and objects.
Intense and concentrated improvisations with lots of colour and sounds. Fine interplay and interaction between these reputed players, with some breath-taking moments. Good time music! Very friendly music, tapping from a diversity of styles and idioms. Again performed for a big ensemble of 9 musicians. So both albums offer a bunch of well-defined tunes, dressed up in fine arrangements giving voice to many different instruments and sounds.
They may not surprise you, but will sure entertain you. With the new release by Palardy we turn again to a more serious face of this scene. Again we are dealing with one of the early member of the Ambiances scene. In the last few years — since about - she concentrates on writing for Ensemble SuperMusique, an ensemble that was founded by her. Compared with earlier projects by her, this one is most close to composed new music and deals with the play between improvisation and composition.
The one that surprised me most this time is Quartetski doing Stravinsky. Quartetski is a project founded by Pierre-Yves Martel in , focused on reinterpreting works of classical composers in an improvised setting.
Marvellous job in transposing this orchestral work for small ensemble. His re-working leaves the original work in tact concerning spirit, energy and drive that is in the original piece. Adding room for improvisation. On the shrink-wrap someone wrote: Hello Frans, hope you like this soft tones' and quickly glancing at the short info, I see something about 'elegantly orchestrated pop compositions and jingles'.
But there is more. This is a twenty-six-track album six more than on the vinyl lasting forty-seven minutes, the shortest being twenty-five seconds and the longest almost five minutes, but in general they are around two minutes.
He plays with a band with himself on guitar, voice and keyboard and others on cello, percussion, guitar, alto clarinet and keyboards. I must say I actually enjoyed what I heard, but I am not sure if I would be the right person to write something about it. I am not sure if I would consider myself qualified to do so. This indeed has something orchestral, even in such a small setting.
The only easy thing - in my book - to compare this with is the music of Gastr Del Sol. Because it's sung in French, the aspect of the French chanson is something that is hard to avoid and that's - again for me personally - something I have to live with; normally I don't care that much for chansons. But the unusual playing of the guitar, the structure of the songs, it all makes sense. I thought all of this made a rather wonderful release. Yes, I do like these soft tones.
His pieces are deceivingly simple and highly hypnotic. So far, I think, the pieces I heard from him where solo pieces, for such instruments as snare drum and vibraphone, but here we have two pieces, one for solo instrument and one for small ensemble. In the solo piece 'Settle' Hennies has a multi-track recording of him playing the vibraphone in his 'usual' style.
Stead fast with overtones ringing through. Maybe there is some sort of post-production in this music?
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