“Electroacoustics” (Used 6 times)
KONTROLJET on 05/15/2017 at 06:59AM
"Volume III" is the kind of album that improves with patience. At first, it might seem impenetrable and intentionally dense, but upon closer examination, Mr. Hidayat’s skewed talents start to become apparent. This is extreme experimental noisy expression that also succeeds as an involved listening experience. Pandu is like a mad scientist who doesn’t allow his creations to venture too far beyond his control, and his strength lies in the fact that his "alchemy" does not fit easily into any single style, taking bits and pieces and molding them into something very personal, poetic, visionary, fascinating and unique. - Hortus Conclusus Records
© 2016 Music Composed & Produced by Pandu Hidayat
Artist: Pandu Hidayat (Kontroljet)
Album: Volume III
Length: 41:51 Minutes
Period: 2013 - 2015
Origin: Java, Indonesia
Label: Hortus Conclusus Records Release
Date: 19 - 01 - 2016
Equipment(s): Analog Synth, Laptops, Voice, Contact Mic, Strings, Objects, FM Radio, Stompboxs, Tape-MC30, Sample(s)
Files: MP3 320Kbps
Artwork: Pandu Hidayat with Original Picture by Metro Doc.
Pandu Hidayat - Volume III
01 Purgatory Flesh (22:22)
'Purgatory Flesh' is an audio-playback / OST for Aizen Kaguya & Marica Innocente's Performance - Live at The Flying Dutchman, 156 Wells Way, SE5 7SY London - UK (June 11th, 2015)
02 Pulang (14:41)
‘Pulang: Paris As Viewed From Jakarta’ its about Light, Sound, Decoding, Emotion, Direct Interpretation and Improvisation Live Studio Session Featuring Atieq SS Listyowati (Indonesian Poetess) - Bouitenzorg, Indonesia (October 16th, 2014)
03 Le Métro Intro (04:48)
Part of ‘Le Métro’ a Collaboration Project: Puppet Show & Audiovisual Performance Live Improvisation at Institut Français d'Indonésie - Centre de Surabaya, Indonesia (November 22th, 2013)
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Spettro_Records on 12/19/2016 at 01:48PM
Spettro Records: a small place for experimental music. Celebrating 6 years with its third compilation!
It's been 6 years of Spettro Records. 6 years is a long time, if you want it to be. And at this moment in my life it feels as they've been forever, and I certainly won't be getting them back...
Spettro started more as an outlet for what me and friends were doing and recording ( Salomè Lego Playset, STUFA, Achievements, all of them dead projects... ), then grew into something different, a netlabel sui generis, mostly net / sometimes physical label ( of abysmal sales ), but anyway a home to us, and then to so many artists from everywhere in the world, so many I can't thank enough for trusting me and my instincts and who have allowed me to share their wonderful and unique music. It's still a home for me, for my own work ( SLP, which in the years has become more and more secondary), and of those artists which made up most of 2010's first compilation only few remain. So many have passed by, donated their work and passed on to different, probably better, labels. Some have quit music altogether. Some have moved to bigger things and achieved much deserved success, while some have freely and so generously donated a release even if Spettro was much below their label standards. I'm happy to think that Spettro has been The One, out of so many, that they chose, out of their free will, despite all the other, maybe better, choices around. Spettro can't offer much but a tiny and cozy home of uproaring silence, "a small place for experimental music" indeed.
So many artists are still joining, from everywhere in the world, and it's this fluctuating and stateless nature that makes Spettro so special to me and, hopefully, to you. It is an honor to host your music, and seeing younger people writing and joining Spettro gives me hope and pride.
This third installment offers the best that Spettro has and will have to offer in the years to come. Hopefully, other 3 years, and then another compilation will come, new people will join, and new pages will be written and leafed through. Perhaps at least. Fingers crossed. That's why the title, Chapter 4: Makkuraysmi no Jinsei : La stagione della Notte )", starts with "chapter 4", hence a compilation looking ahead, at another chapter. Then the "season of darkness", "la stagione della notte", 2016 and what remains of these last few years: very little, loss, hardship, confusion and despair, a night never ending, nothing but darkness ahead. Hope and despair.
This sampler is also in memory of Kelly Churko, incredible musician, unpredictable improviser, fierce alchemist of sound and composer of truth who passed away too soon. I'd also like to remember Ryo Tsuchiya of Senseless Records and of so many old and new school punk and rock'n'roll bands, whose path I briefly crossed back in 2008 and whose memory I will cherish.?
This album is for those who know Spettro, those who chose Spettro, and those who never heard of it, and maybe never will. This is for me as much as it is for you.