On the Top Shelf // Patrick Ascione (1953-2014)

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Radio // Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Lune noire: Transmutation 1, 4m45s [excerpt]
Track 1 from Polyphonie-polychrome
CD: empreintes DIGITALes (1995) IMED 9522

Blog // Wednesday, November 26, 2014

  • Nov 20 - Dec 3 on electro:thèque

    Today on electro:thèque, hear a full album stream of Titakti by Philippe Le Goff.

    November 20, 2014 // New Releases
  • Today…

    … is the premiere of Still, Again by Pierre Alexandre Tremblay in Huddersfield.

    November 26, 2014 // Live Events
  • Current & Upcoming Events

    • Ars Musica: Mini-Maxi (Until Nov 30)
    • Manca 2014 (Until Nov 30)
    • Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2014 (Until Nov 30)
    • Música Viva 2014 (Until Nov 29)
    • Giga-Hertz-Award 2014 (Nov 28 to 29)
    • GeigerFestival 2012 #4 (Nov 28 to 29)
    November 26, 2014 // Live Events
  • Who Has the Biggest Sound? in Monsieur Délire

    “Who has the biggest sound? Paul Dolden, of course. Who could forget the dense, far-reaching, implacable sonic environments of L’ivresse de la vitesse and Délires de plaisirs? Dolden, after eight years of silence on record, is back with one of his strangest, deepest, most off-kilter works to date. This CD features two works. Who Has the Biggest Sound is a…”

    November 12, 2014 // Press
  • Dômes in La Presse+

    “Dans La part des anges, des chants humains s’élèvent au-dessus d’un champ sonore de cultures mixtes et produisent une formidable immersion. Kuppel fut créée à partir de prises de son extérieures dans une vile d’Allemagne: carillon d’une place publique, grincement d’une porte ou roulis de tramways constituent une œuvre plus typique de l’électroacoustique «d’autrefois». Inspirée par le pièce Blasted de…”

    November 11, 2014 // Press
  • Les couleurs de la nuit, Les couleurs de la nuit in Monsieur Délire

    “In the archives of the electroacoustic pioneers, you have your unworthy bits, your obscurte but interesting pieces, and your little-known (or circulated) gems. Les couleurs de la nuit (38 minutes, 1982) is a little-known gem. This electroacoustic suite in nine segued movements compares easily - in scope, palette, depth, and mastery - to Francis Dhomont’s Sous le regard d’un soleil…”

    November 11, 2014 // Press