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Episode #3419

Electroacoustic Chamber Music

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Listen to a preview of the forthcoming full-length record from Matmos - "The Marriage of True Minds," which has parapsychology as its theme. This techno chamber music from the now Baltimore-based duo builds grooves out of unusual and startling sound sources, like the processed sound of a tap dancer shuffling on a stone floor, an amplified rubber band, bagpipes, and honky tonk piano, along with vocalists. 

 

Also, listen to music from French composer and multi-instrumentalist Sylvain Chaveau, along with beautiful and ambient music by K. Leimer, from his record, “Permissions.” There’s also a short work of double and triple-layered pianos from Tim Hecker, a bleak and echo-driven offering from the "Dropped Pianos" EP of sketches and outtakes from Hecker’s 2011 album, "Ravedeath, 1972."  Plus, a long-form meditative and drone work by the band, Crib, actually the work of bass player Devin Sarno. And more.

PROGRAM #3419, Electroacoustic Chamber Music (First aired on 1/17/2013)                                        

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Matmos

The Marriage of True Minds

You [7:02]

Due out Feb. 19, 2013
Thrill Jockey 316
www.thrilljockey.com

Syvlain Chauveau

Simple (Rare and unreleased pieces 1998-2010)

 

Pour les oiseaux [1:15]

FatCat, 130701
fatcat.sandbaghq.com

Tim Hecker

MusicWorks #114

Sketch 5 (Dropped Pianos)

Appears on the free compilation CD with the Music Works magazine.
www.squidco.com

Syvlain Chauveau

Simple (Rare and unreleased pieces 1998-2010)

 

Blanc [2:48]

NB (Bonus Track) [2:54]

See above.

K. Leimer

Permissions

Permissions 10 [7:37]

www.palaceoflights.com

Jacaszek

Glimmer

Dare-gale [5:47]

Ghostly International GI-147
ghostly.com

Crib

Remnant

Remnant, excerpt [16:46]

devin-sarno.bandcamp.com

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