Intricate and exciting improvisation from Barcelona improvisers Michal Dymny on electric guitar and Vasca Trilla on drums, with saxophonist Paulina Owczarek as a special guest; "cave canem" translates to "beware of dog", an apt description of their cutting interactions.
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Catalog ID: FMRCD399
Squidco Product Code: 21530
Country: Great Britain
Recorded at DTS Studio at Alchemia in Karkow, Poland in 2013 by Rafal Drewniany
Michal Dymny-electric guitar
Paulina Owczarek-baritone sax (tracks 6 & 8)
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1. Morbidezza 2:55
2. Flechettes 6:04
3. Xoloescuincle 2:04
4. Scotoma 5:04
5. Memory Hole 4:43
6. Cave Canem 16:57
7. Bigu 4:46
8. Hskaner 3:05
9. DNAR 1:52
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"This powerful duo emerged in Krakow from a colaboration of Discordian Records (Barcelona based label) with some Polish improvisers As a result , the duo played a few gigs in Poland and Spain, toured Europe and recorded an album entitled Cave Canem. The CD features saxophonist Paulina Owczarek as a special guest and was recorded by master Rafal Drewniany in Alchemia, Krakow.
Michal Dymny is an improvising musician, playing the electric guitar. He has developed an individual style based on sonoristic techniques and instrument preparations that he applies in free improvisation. He has participated in a number of events organized by the Krakow-based group Improvising Artists, as well as in projects known as Entropy and Process - Laboratory of Intuition.
"Vasco Trilla just doesn't stop moving, from one sound to the next, his economy of motion is almost as impressive as the sounds he makes. At one point, he bends low, blowing through the hole in a cymbal resting on the drum before him - so hard as to lift it momentarily - while simultaneously detuning the drumhead; the resulting vibration fills the room. Vasco Trilla is the clockwork alchemist of percussion."-Dave Foxall"