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Monteiro, Alfredo Costa: Abstand
Monteiro, Alfredo Costa:
Abstand

(Hitorri -- Japan )


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Contrasting motion and static notes, Portuguese sound artist living in Barcelona, Alfredo Costa Monteiro uses a combination of two wind instruments--accordion and melodica--and the harmonic differences between their natural textures to create beautiful ebbs and swells of consonance and dissonance, applying feedback tuned to one or the other instrument to create subtle beat frequencies.

Merce, Sergio: Traslasierra (expanded landscape)
Merce, Sergio:
Traslasierra (expanded landscape)

(Hitorri -- Japan )


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A beautiful album of expanded landscapes performed on electronically modified Electronic Wind Instrument, field recordings, virtual instruments and synthesizer from Argentinian sound artist Sergio Merce, his characteristically patient pacing and use of space creating dramatic and beautiful sonic environments that hint at warm narratives in a seductive excursion.

Butcher, John: The Very Fabric
Butcher, John:
The Very Fabric

(Ftarri / Hitorri -- Japan )


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Impeccably recorded inside the Brønshøj Water Tower, in Copenhagen, Denmark, a highly resonant space built 100 years ago, where UK tenor and soprano saxophonist John Butcher continues his investigations into spaces with natural delay and decay, through 11 improvisations of discriminating pacing as he finds incredible beauty in floating and shifting tones and instrument errata; exquisite.

Hirose, Junji: SSI-7
Hirose, Junji:
SSI-7

(Hitorri -- Japan )


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Known mostly as a saxophonist on the Japanese improvised music scene, Junji Hirose has also released a series of albums using self-made analog noise instruments, here using a device where balls and small objects are placed on a large, shallow, round metal plate and moved by a compressor, here in four tracks with different objects and one with no objects at all.

suzueri (Elico Suzuki): Fata Morgana
suzueri (Elico Suzuki):
Fata Morgana

(Ftarri / Hitorri -- Japan )


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Tokyo sound artist Elico Suzuki attached or arranged "gadgets" including a small electric fan, a motor and a radio, to an upright piano whose upper and lower panels were removed and insides exposed, using their inherent sounds and those created by touching them to the piano strings to generate overlapping and evolving sound, ending each piece with force through the keyboard.

Murayama, Seijiro: Mi-Tai
Murayama, Seijiro:
Mi-Tai

(Ftarri / Hitorri -- Japan )


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Eight improvised performances on percussion from Paris-based drummer/percussionist Seijiro Murayama recorded in 2019 using acoustic sources from snare drums, mallets, brushes, voice, steel tables, gong and voice, captured in four locations around France and in Mishima City, Japan, each exploring new compositional methods and ways to improvise within them.

Cong, Zhao : Rotating, Rotating
Cong, Zhao :
Rotating, Rotating

(Hitorri -- Japan )


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Three solo tracks by Zhao Cong, who develops suspenseful sonic environments over which she inventively and patiently adds daily objects, sounds from her mixer, condenser microphone, her voice, a cardpaper tube, no input feedback, contact microphones, and a home ballroom light, each piece evolving with a unique disposition towards certain associative sounds; fascinating.

Sachiko M: Salon de Sachiko
Sachiko M:
Salon de Sachiko

(Hitorri -- Japan )


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IMJ offshoot label Hitorri presents Sachiko M's minial solo work of dual oscillator eruptions.



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