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Textures and Digressions

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Stormhat - Textures and Digressions
Stormhat - Textures and Digressions
Released:2013-11-01
suRRism-Phonoethics is proud to release ’Textures and Digressions‘ by Stormhat! This record is to be enjoyed side by side with ‘Field and Track‘ as well released by suRRism-Phonoethics. All these pieces are made from improvisations on the bCr8-synth by Ben Fisher. They all only contains two mixed tracks and with
only very sparse effects added to some of the tracks. Some space, a little chorus and nothing else. I take great pleasure in the erratic and sometimes chaotic behavior of this synth and I enjoy the clear and distinctive presence of its sound. For me this is field recordings of the circuits and bursts of energy of this fascinating little machine. I’m interested in the texture of the sounds more than anything else and enjoy the sometimes amazing coincidences. Not a lot of editing went into this work. Hopefully that can be heard! Stormhat is the artist/composer Peter Bach Nicolaisen from Jutland in Denmark.He is teaching art at a art-architecture-design school and living there as well.Stormhat enjoys cats, his garden, the weather, his family, consciousness, experimental pleasures, art, literature, sound.   ‘by those will return  as your perception born me lie sliced salt through blessings  paired with awareness receiving  the nothing as self fractured taste of sun dashed sounds of 13 moons twinned multi force prism reflects the I  becomes reborn divorced truth tar easily becomes the core of sky through flight one‘ - undRess Béton Download from the IA as 320K MP3 incl. Cover & Info.Download from the IA as WAV incl. Cover & Info.

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