Anne-F Jacques performs on rotating devices, small electric motors which are modified, manipulated and amplified, and Tim Olive plays magnetic pickups, here recording 3 studio works of unusual and inspired improvisations.
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Label: 845 Audio
Catalog ID: 845-4
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Recorded at Jacques Studio, in Montreal, Canada, in July, 2013, by Time Olive.
Tim Olive-magnetic pickups
Anne-F Jacques-rotating devices
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1. Part 19 7:55
2. Part 20 7:52
3. Part 21 13:07
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"Dominion Mills" features Anne-F Jacques (rotating devices) and Tim Olive (magnetic pickups). Three tracks, thirty minutes. To burst obfuscatory bubbles, "rotating devices" refers to small electric motors which are modified, manipulated and amplified. The "magnetic pickups" are the engine of a devolved one-string electric guitar. These two simple sound sources, recorded in real time, create a music of departure and return within a shifting, evolving semi-stasis, a rough-hewn sphericality of shifting levels, layers and textures, without the use of looping devices or overdubbing. Recorded in Anne-F's Montreal studio in July of 2013, this was the duo's first encounter, which will be followed by a November 2014 tour of Japan.
Anne-Françoise Jacques is a sound artist based in Montreal, Canada. She is interested in amplification, erratic sound production devices and the construction of idiosyncratic contraptions and systems. Her particular focus is on low technology, trivial objects and unpolished sound. Active in performance since 2004, Jacques has performed at venues and festivals throughout North America and Europe, collaborating with Diktat, Martin Tétreault, Ignaz Schick, Éric Normand and Miguel A. Garcia, amongst many others. Jacques also has presented installations as half of the duo Minibloc and has composed soundtracks for animated films in an ongoing collaborative project with Julie Doucet. In addition to operating sound label and mail art project Crustacés Tapes, Jacques curates a bimonthly audio art show for the Berlin-based webstation Radio On.
Tim Olive has been writing about himself in the third person since the beginning of this century, when he left his minimal-prog-noise-rock band Nimrod, rejecting periodic rhythms and tempered pitch in favor of improvisation and open forms, exploring the full sonic possibilities of a single steel string, magnetic pickups and simple analog electronics. Extensive live action in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia has provided opportunities to play with a wide range of musicians in event-specific one-off contexts, as well as ongoing collaborations with Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Jason Kahn, Takuji Naka, Makoto Oshiro, Takahiro Kawaguchi, Cal Lyall and others. Recent collaborators include Jin Sangtae, Madoka Kouno, Joe Foster and Tetuzi Akiyama. A Canadian residing in Kobe, Olive has CD releases on Japanese, European and North American labels, receiving positive reviews in Musicworks, Signal To Noise, The Sound Projector and The Wire magazines. Upcoming releases include recordings with Nick Hoffman, Crys Cole, Martin Tetreault and Oshiro/Kawaguchi. He launched his artist-run label 845 Audio in 2012."-845 Audio
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