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Buttercup Metal Polish: 50 Ballets (Creative Sources)


 

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UPC: 56090634000618

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: CS061
Squidco Product Code: 7614

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2005
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded at Borde Basse by Bob Drake with soft assistance of Hank and Olly


Personnel:

Nicolas Field-drums, percussion

Alexandre Babel-drums, percussion

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track listing:


1. bone kit

2. routine suit up

3. two-bit ventre

4. cool boots

5. civilized neutrality /heading straight for the den

6. crab wrap

7. rubber dust

8. private puppetry

9. belmondo

10. crab wrap -still hungry-

11. supine (sub)mission

12. 1328

13. caudeval by night
Related Categories of Interest:

Creative Sources
Improvised Music
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
Percussion & Drums
February 2007
Free Improvisation
Duo Recordings

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"Nicolas Field is born in London in 1975. He studied drums and percussion at the Amsterdam Conservatorium (1996-2002), sonology at The Hague Conservatorium (1997-2002) and "Art and media" at HEAD in Geneva (2007-2009). He has received multiple awards and was artist in residence at the Swiss Institute in Rome (2010-11), AirAntwerpen (2011), Belluard Bollwerk international (2013&2014) and Johannesburg South-Africa (2015).

Early 2000, he starts travelling through Europe as a drummer with different bands (improvised music, contemporary music and jazz). Over time and tours, that also take him to the US, Japan, Corea and Australia, Nicolas Field collaborates with musicians such as Tetuzi Akyama (guitar), Akira Sakata (saxophone), Otomo Yoshihide (guitar), Keiji Haino (guitar), the band Cactus Truck, Didi Bruckmayr (vocals), Jacques Demierre (piano), Gilles Aubry (electronics) or Fritz Welch (drums/vocals).

In parallel, in 2008, Nicolas Field starts building his first visual art works, taking the shape of sound installation. His works has been shown in particular at the Maison d'Ailleurs in Yverdon (2008 - Think Thrice), at Lift Geneva (2010- Think Thrice), at the Design biennale in St-Etienne (2010 - Think Thrice), at Crisalide Festival in Forli (2011 - Shimmering Beast), at Burgtheater in Vienna (2012 - Shimmering Beast), at the "Corpo 6" gallery in Berlin (2012 - Making a mess for the masses) and at Netwerk-center for contemporary art in Aalst (2014 - Shimmering Beast and All Tones).

Since 2006, Nicolas Field has been working for dance and theater. In 2012, he composes music for "Caligula" directed by Jan Lauwers (Needcompany) at the Burgtheater in Vienna. In 2014, he is also part of Marie-Caroline Hominal's project "Ballet" at the Bâtie Festival. He is presently working on a new production with Needcompany and Maison DahlBonnema "Rhythm conference feat. InnerSplits"."

-Nicolas Field Website (http://www.nicolasfield.com/index.php?/biography/ttt/)
10/12/2018

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"Alexandre Babel is a Swiss born and Berlin based drummer, percussionist, composer and improviser. He is involved in various contemporary contexts such as modern classical music, free improvisation, noise and performance art. Babel creates works that question the listenerŐs expectations towards conventional musical forms.

He performs as a solo artist and with groups through the five continents, in some of the leading venues and festivals of contemporary music. A member of the contemporary chamber music ensemble KNM-Berlin, his current projects include WZC with French composer Pierre Jodlowski, Fosil with the contrabass-clarinetist Theo Nabicht, Radial with the artist Mio Chareteau. Past and present collaborators include Keiji Haino, Sudden Infant, Buttercup Metal Polish, Aethenor, Musikfabrik. He is currently the artistic director of the swiss based percussion group Eklekto."

-Dumpf (https://dumpf.com/en/edition/alexandre-babel/)
10/12/2018

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