And 2 more topological beauties to add to Unfathomless’ tally…

[As always support by purchasing some CD(s) is highly appreciated]

check all info by clicking on the images here below

U44 Fergus Kelly | Local Knowledge CD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Based in Dublin, Fergus Kelly is no newcomer when it comes to experimental music and art…He’s active since the early nineties and a mixed media artist also deeply found of photography & painting…He’s mainly a sound explorer though,  through improvisation, installations, radio art, and has forged intense soundworks for various formats…
He has his own label “Room Temperature” as an outlet for releasing his own but also collaborative material…

Local Knowledge” his contribution to the Unfathomless series can really been seen as a sort pinnacle, a mass of sonorous delicacies and a dazzling soundwalk…

“Local Knowledge” is a potent sound travelogue settling in along Dublin’s Royal Canal …
far from being purely documentary, it has been assembled with a cinematic touch, relentlessly unfolding to invigorate imagination and sharpen our listening…close your eyes and listen !

 

order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

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 U45 Ludovic Medery | eMERgences CD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ludovic Medery is a Belgian ever curious & versatile artist felt drawn to the Art world since quite young age…His area of expertise is improvisation, composition, jam sessions (among others with E42. A8)…he has a soft spot for vintage and analogue equipment, but also photography …”

…”eMERgences” is what comes through when you simply doesn’t try to impose yourself but blend into the landscape, and be one with it…
In situ objects speak, while listening to the sound of the lapping waves, the wind, the birds, and to a lot of other almost imperceptible ocurrences…a transformatory experience…

order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 

 

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New pair of Unfathomless titles is around the corner :

pls check initial details by clicking on the images here below
audio-samples to follow very soon…

 

U44 Fergus Kelly | Local Knowledge CD

 

 

 

“Local Knowledge” is a potent sound travelogue settling in along Dublin’s Royal Canal …
far from being purely documentary, it has been assembled with a cinematic touch, relentlessly unfolding to invigorate imagination and sharpen our listening…
close your eyes and listen !

 

 

pre-order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

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U45  Ludovic Medery | eMERgences CD

 

 

 

…”eMERgences” is what comes through when you simply doesn’t try to impose yourself but blend into the landscape, and be one with it…
In situ objects speak, while listening to the sound of the lapping waves, the wind, the birds, and to a lot of other almost imperceptible ocurrences…a transformatory experience…

 

 

pre-order your copy via Paypal at usual price : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 13 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 14 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 15 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 

To meet a few requests and expressed wishes, and after my own long pondering, I finally decided to open a Bandcamp page for Unfathomless in parallel to this website…
I know it’ll probably be just another scream in a vast desert, and I don’t expect miracles out of it, but at least it should maybe open up some other vista(s)…worth trying anyway…show me that I’m not wrong by supporting as ever…

The addition of previous titles will be made very progressively, so bear with me and check back often

 



With his usual discernment, Richard Allen scrutinizes Jared Sagar’s “Holme” for A Closer Listen, concluding to its large spectrum of potentials…


 

 


and again, Frans de Waard on the debriefing regarding Jared Sagar‘s veritable solo CD debut…an intimate recollection of coastal sounds playing tricks with our senses…

 

 


Frans de Waard for his weekly report delves into the dense interzones of a re-imagined mystical tinted landscape…

 

 


 

Sala‘s “scare me not” is gone over by Adrian Dziewanski in his sparkling blog “the Alcohol Seed“; he regards it as a way of reconciling with the darker zones of our memory, a mind-opener