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Etched Traumas is more than happy to present the second EP of the Spanish artist Paco Rossique titled ‘Boulevard Canvas’.
Paco Rossique lives and works in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain). He has lived and studied in Madrid and Florence (Italy).
With a career spanning over twenty years as an artist, his work include paintings, murals, sound art pieces,
sculptures, prints, magazine articles, art-books, illustrations for newspapers and curatorship.
His paintings have been exhibited in Madrid, Jaen, Valencia, Baeza, Irun, Malaga, Tenerife, La Palma, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria.
He has made more than a dozen indoor and outdoor murals in Gran Canaria, La Palma, Jaen and Granada, highlighting Cuyαs Theatre
murals in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and those in Jaιn and Granada in close collaboration with the architect Francisco Jesús Pérez Chica
Among his most important sculptures which are quoted in the park Arrecife, Lanzarote and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria at the
headquarters of the FEDAC and Teatro Cuyαs.
He has composed sound art pieces, such as those for the exhibition "90% Water" with Mónica Aranegui and Jose J. Torres
Library of the University Carlos III, Madrid 2011, Soundtracks for the "Land for the future: sustainable development" in the Elder
Museum of Science and Technology Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and soundtrack "Planning the insular Landscape." Special Territorial Plan
of the landscape of Gran Canaria. Biennial of the Canaries 2009.
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Mike was about to set out for London. Max just got back from Asia. Timing was critical. Quentin popped up out of nowhere, tagging along with Pierre. And what about Pete? Well Pete’s always down for some bass.
The onset was to do one quick song and be done with it. In and out. Pack your bags and go. See you on the other side. But we failed, oh Lord we failed. Five songs don’t make a full length album but thirty two surprisingly coherent minutes of music can.
Recorded live at the Fotheringham’s in Brussels. Overdubs were done left and right and it was all mixed and mastered in the Higher Living garage.
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5.Inner World Subway
Cryogenic Weekend is a collaboration project between Dronny Darko and Oil Texture.
Both are based in Ukraine but never met each other.
The aim of the project is to explore the absorbing drone ambient combined with dark cold noise textures.
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The concept is control and reaction to control. Musically it’s wave interference. Almost all of what you hear here is due to that, not any fancy sonic manipulation.
Track 1 is an overlay of two different live recordings from Mysterybear (one played backwards over the other). That’s all I did, no EQ, compression or effects of any other kind. It’s fully organic weird that is free.
All good? Hurrah, let’s go.
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“This new album called 30-01-13 was made out of feelings for someone I thought I could keep in my heart for a while. It didn’t work out but by the time we noticed it, the album was already finished. It was made almost entirely of deconstructed and modified spoken word samples from the ‘Prelinger Archives’. It’s an example of trying to achieve the impossible.”
In our words:
He didn’t realize that the music he was making had a rich variety of textures (even it is certainly near to be called ‘soundscape’) and a strange but interesting complexity in its simplicity.
We’re going to take the risk saying this album is very near to be a Musique concrète record. Just listen, doesn’t these sounds make you remember that kind of music? As we said, he didn’t realize what he was doing. But he did it well.
This is (despite or fortunately for its length, that depends on how much you like long tracks) the kind of music that could be played as ‘background music’ at a Train Station, an Airport or even a Mall. It’s a simple but interesting release, for sure.
Album cover by: Sebastian Maćkiewicz
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3月にフィジカル作品として『Dark Ambient Works vol.1』というコンピレーションアルバムをCD-Rでリリースしており、不協和音や不安感を煽る、非常に聴き手の精神に近いところで鳴り響く楽曲としてのダークアンビエントの担い手のイメージが強いHiroski Matsuiですが、今回のコンピレーションアルバムではそういった要素が薄く、純粋にアンビエントミュージックとしての側面の強い楽曲をまとめており、ダークアンビエントだけではない一面を改めて再認識することができます。
前述の『Dark Ambient Works vol.1』が真っ黒に音楽に吸い込まれていくような黒盤であるならば、今作『Ambient Works is not bright never』は白濁とした意識の中で聴かれる白盤であるといえます。
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"When a massive star reaches the end of its nuclear life, it explodes as a supernova. The remaining core collapses on itself because there are more nuclear reactions to counteract gravity. Generally, the implosion of the core stops when the protons and electrons are combined with it are only neutron. One then finds a neutron star where gravity is supported by the nuclear force that prevents neutrons from interpenetration.
In some particular cases where the residual nucleus is massive enough, the nuclear force is not strong enough to counteract gravity. At this time, there is no strength to stop the collapse of the object itself. It shrinks until the escape velocity at the surface becomes equal to the speed of light (the escape velocity is the velocity that should be given to a body of a gravity so that it leaves another body).
When the escape velocity at the surface of the core is equal to the speed of light, nothing can leave the object because it is not possible to exceed the speed of light. In fact, even light can not leave. This is why the name, "black hole". It should be understood, however, that a black hole is not an infinite gravity: for example, if a star becomes a black hole, it does not attract more other bodies that were already in the vicinity. Only the black hole is much smaller than the original star, it is possible to get closer. If one gets too close and we enter inside the "event horizon" (where the escape velocity equals the speed of light), it can never emerge."
released 20 May 2013
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WILLIAM SPIVEY: Instruments.
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Music composed and played by M.Nomized and William Spivey.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Fraction Studio (France).
Cover and digital arts by M.Nomized.