An absorbing album of solo drum work from French drummer/percussionist Antonin Gerbal, recording in the studio and demonstrating his profound sonic and technical approaches to the drums, isolated from projects like Peeping Tom, Bertrand Denzler/ONCEIM or Zoor.
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Label: Umlaut Records
Catalog ID: umfr-cd18
Squidco Product Code: 21958
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Atelier Polonceau Thomas-Roudeix, in Paris, France on June 23rd, 2015 by Pierre-Henri Thiebaut.
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"Since the release of File under: Bebop - Peeping Tom in 2009, Antonin Gerbal has developed his own approach of the drums - reinterpreting history of jazz drumming through the prism of european musical improvisation. Improviser, composer, teacher and performer, Antonin Gerbal is associated with the vitality of the Parisian music scene, notably through Umlaut Records. He has performed in Europe, U.S., Russia and Japan, with many original projects such as Nakasanye, Zoor, ISM or Peeping Tom. Involved in large ensembles such as ONCEIM (playing pieces Eliane Radigue or Stephen O'Malley) and Umlaut Big Band (swing dancing band), Antonin Gerbal works regularly with English, German, Swiss and Japanese artists. At the begining of 2016, he releases his solo works called Sound of Drums."-Antonin Gerbal Website (http://antoningerbal.com/about)
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1. Sound Of Drums 21:08
2. Antefixe 3:03
3. Fixe 0:38
4. Qualia 12:42
5. Repetition 4:52
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"Sound of Drums is made from skin, wood and metal. It is the result of a meticulous work questioning the unity of the drums by making each of its elements an unreal and archaic center. A deaf cracked harmony opens up mental spaces of innumerable possible sequences without real object. The past grabs the present in one single movement. It circles back."-Umlaut
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
Solo Artist Recordings
Percussion & Drums
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