“Musique Concrete” (Used 24 times)
murmurintemporel on 02/04/2018 at 09:17AM
A tout cercle il faut un centre, acousmatic and post-concrete music by Launay (France).
murmurintemporel on 03/26/2017 at 07:52AM
The formation of this collection of sound pieces began with the piling up of arbitrary objects in a table drawer, which led to the making of a simple single coil pickup; it was just a small ceramic magnet of unknown origin and a copper wire taken out of an old telephone – this was the only recording device used on this album.
Running a risk of sounding too predictable, one could say that this collection portrays the secret life of small metal objects.
murmurintemporel on 05/07/2016 at 12:40PM
Berthelot - Mécanique des limbes
If some people leave their dreams in the limbo of the awakening to better forget them, Berthelot strives to explore these limbo to facilitate the memory of his dreams.
The sounds of "Mécanique des limbes" show this exploration in the uncertain states of awakening, where the real and the unreal are merged.
murmurintemporel on 05/07/2016 at 07:58AM
The third volume of Champs de cohérence by the French avant-garde artist Gaël Launay.
Original release by Launay in February 2015. This release by Murmure Intemporel in January 2016.
sardanpavlov on 09/21/2012 at 07:20PM
We knew we had to upload this after reading: "Ricamatrici takes its inspiration from industrialized garment production". The album takes as its heroines "seamstresses, women who spend their lives sewing in factories and basements – leaving their dreams and aspirations behind". The sounds of ?alos bear that inspiration out in myriad aural flourishes and patterns of textured home-recordings throughout Ricamatrici. Pan y Rosas Discos writes further of the composition, "sewing machine as sound creation. Electronics. Blindfolded piano played by instinct, touch, feeling, listening. Gull songs and small fragments of sound narration – alarm clock, pen, snippets of piano denote times and places – advance the narrative, the journey of a seamstress. Arrival in the city via train. Hopes and dreams to be crushed. Departure and a new start in a new town." Though the finality with which we're told this poor seamstress is going to fail may make that narrative a little more difficult to sync up with, the effort is hugely rewarding.