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Radio // Monday, September 26, 2016
Espaces tautologiques
Objects-Interiors (2013), 10m12s [excerpt]
Track 1 from Espaces tautologiques
CD: empreintes DIGITALes (2016) IMED 16140

Blog // Monday, September 26, 2016

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    Today on electro:thèque, hear a full album stream of Contes de la mémoire by Jon Appleton.

    September 22, 2016 // New Releases
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    September 26, 2016 // General
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    September 26, 2016 // Live Events
  • Espaces tautologiques in SilenceAndSound

    “Il y a beaucoup de similitudes entre le travail du jeune canadien James O’Callaghan et celui du compositeur Bernard Parmegiani. Que ce soit dans l’art de jouer avec les collages et de leur faire raconter des histoires, où d’esquisser des mondes fantasmagoriques, où les objets prendraient vie dans un espace musical parallèle. Avec Espaces tautologiques, James O’Callaghan impressionne de par…”

    September 20, 2016 // Press
  • Voyages in Aural Aggravation

    “Sometimes, arguably at its best, music has transportative qualities, either by capturing the essence of a place, or by triggering a memory which takes the listener to another time or place. On Voyages, Jonty Harrison marries these elements together. The field recordings collaged to form Espaces cachés are eclectic, from birdsong and passing traffic to distant voices, the wash of…”

    September 15, 2016 // Press
  • Voyages in The Wire

    “One of the big beasts roaming the electroacoustic savannah, Jonty Harrison combines technological sophistication and psychological subtlety with insatiable hunger for sound. His hour-long Going / Places ranges far and wide, quite literally, grazing materials from around the globe: railroad horns from Ohio; bubbling geothermal pools in Iceland; calls to prayer in Istanbul; Mexican bagpipers; frogs in Borneo; market callers…”

    September 1, 2016 // Press