Posts Tagged ‘sound art’

 

Howard Stelzer exposes his own view of acoustic ecology, and how much “something veiled” enters deep into the territory of sonic poetry ending up as a rich catalyst of imagination

 

 

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After the initial rush of pre-orders, and first orders which came in all together, some time finally to officially spread the news that Leo Okagawa and grisha shakhnes titles are indeed well available since October 11 (regular editions) and October 17 (special editions)…

tremendously thrilled thus to present you these 2 strong works :

pls check initial details by clicking on the images here below

U60  Leo Okagawa  | something veiled CD

 

 

Really excited to introduce you to this opus made by the ever promising and increasingly present Tokyo-based sound artist, Leo Okagawa. Absorbing sounds from meticulously studied environments, he reproduces them in a poetic, sensitive way, through collages, either pure or manipulated with electronic tones and analog noise.

something veiled” has been crafted from a cycle of many drafts to reach the desired pertinence with the fertile ground of sounds captured in limestone caves in the Fukushima region…

Experience a raw yet refined descent into the recesses of dark caves, within the flow and the small runoffs, at the very heart of the elements themselves

Felt, beyond words, this is a tactile aural exploration trying to catch moments of strange, lurked, indefinable beauty

A vital flux which grows in you and brings you progressively at a new level of perception

 

order your copy via Paypal at usual price for the regular edition : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

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

 

Special ultra ltd edition of 25 copies only packaged in black mass–tinted cardboard digisleeve with frame. It holds a set of 2 double-sided art cards with a different artwork from the regular edition on 350gr satin paper.
+ a third one with a white ink trace on thick black Bristol paper. (none the same)
Inner sleeve features a glued framed small inkjet photo on 178gr Epson paper. (none the same as well)
Digisleeve comes in a resealable cello. — PLS NOTE THAT THIS ITEM IS NOW SOLD OUT and NO MORE AVAILABLE ! —

 

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U61  grisha shakhnes | being there CD

 

 

After much anticipation, I’m extremely proud here to be able to add this jewel to the Unfathomless growing corona of artists…I’ve followed Grisha Shakhnes with eager attention since his early steps under the “Mites” moniker, and his universe never ceases to amaze me in many senses. Under musique concrète mechanics and manipulation of analog tapes and environmental recordings, he manages to stir up a highly personal sound world where subtle shifts occur letting emerge a narration of interstices and obscure mystery

Haunting displaced music in touch with the unspoken

being there” is probably his most daring and ambitious work to date…

Evolving rotating patterns tinted by outside occurrences arouse a mutual seeding…

Within the groove, always in the Now, eroded mutating loops constantly reshape our reality…

An inescapable bewitchment of rugged forms culminating in a new writingclearly an entrance to something else

Perhaps, close in spirit to Jeph Jerman, and masterfully brought into relief by A.F. Jones.

 

order your copy via Paypal at usual price for the regular edition : chalkdc@unfathomless.net

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

 

Special ultra ltd edition of 30 copies only packaged in thick pure white cardboard digisleeve with frame. It holds a set of 2 double-sided art cards with a different artwork from the regular edition on 350gr satin paper.
+ an additional inkjet print on 100% recycled cotton rag paper. (none the same)
Digisleeve comes in a resealable cello.


order your copy via Paypal for the SPECIAL ULTRA LTD edition
: chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 16 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 17 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 18 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 

 

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Feeling more excited than ever with lots of great works in the pipeline for the Unfathomless series

first comes the next imminent pair of releases now in the starting-blocks :

pls check initial details by clicking on the images here below

U60  Leo Okagawa  | something veiled CD

 

 

Really excited to introduce you to this opus made by the ever promising and increasingly present Tokyo-based sound artist, Leo Okagawa. Absorbing sounds from meticulously studied environments, he reproduces them in a poetic, sensitive way, through collages, either pure or manipulated with electronic tones and analog noise.

something veiled” has been crafted from a cycle of many drafts to reach the desired pertinence with the fertile ground of sounds captured in limestone caves in the Fukushima region…

Experience a raw yet refined descent into the recesses of dark caves, within the flow and the small runoffs, at the very heart of the elements themselves

Felt, beyond words, this is a tactile aural exploration trying to catch moments of strange, lurked, indefinable beauty

A vital flux which grows in you and brings you progressively at a new level of perception

 

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

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

 

Special ultra ltd edition of 25 copies only packaged in black mass–tinted cardboard digisleeve with frame. It holds a set of 2 double-sided art cards with a different artwork from the regular edition on 350gr satin paper.
+ a third one with a white ink trace on thick black Bristol paper. (none the same)
Inner sleeve features a glued framed small inkjet photo on 178gr Epson paper. (none the same as well)
Digisleeve comes in a resealable cello.


pre-order your copy via Paypal for the SPECIAL ULTRA LTD edition
: chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 16 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 17 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 18 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 +++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

U61  grisha shakhnes | being there CD

 

 

After much anticipation, I’m extremely proud here to be able to add this jewel to the Unfathomless growing corona of artists…I’ve followed Grisha Shakhnes with eager attention since his early steps under the “Mites” moniker, and his universe never ceases to amaze me in many senses. Under musique concrète mechanics and manipulation of analog tapes and environmental recordings, he manages to stir up a highly personal sound world where subtle shifts occur letting emerge a narration of interstices and obscure mystery

Haunting displaced music in touch with the unspoken

being there” is probably his most daring and ambitious work to date…

Evolving rotating patterns tinted by outside occurrences arouse a mutual seeding…

Within the groove, always in the Now, eroded mutating loops constantly reshape our reality…

An inescapable bewitchment of rugged forms culminating in a new writingclearly an entrance to something else

Perhaps, close in spirit to Jeph Jerman, and masterfully brought into relief by A.F. Jones.

 

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

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

 

Special ultra ltd edition of 30 copies only packaged in thick pure white cardboard digisleeve with frame. It holds a set of 2 double-sided art cards with a different artwork from the regular edition on 350gr satin paper.
+ an additional inkjet print on 100% recycled cotton rag paper. (none the same)
Digisleeve comes in a resealable cello.


pre-order your copy via Paypal for the SPECIAL ULTRA LTD edition
: chalkdc@unfathomless.net

(Belgium) : 16 € (inc.shipping costs)
(Europe) : 17 € (inc.shipping costs)
(World) : 18 € (inc.shipping costs)

 

 

 

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Bourdon du Kinzie” has gone under Brian Olewnick‘s magnifying glass, and in a flock of words, he pinpoints the merits of this subworld of distinct resonances and aurally affecting frequences

 

 

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The ever richly descriptive and sentient TJ Norris takes a deep breath to plunge into the guts of “reclaim“, seeing it as a piercing magnification of Nature’s ways to recapture its original spaces

 

 

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Taking on the first of the new Unfathomless couple of releases, Richard Allen is swept along the environmental disastrous changes of brb>voicecoil’s “reclaim“, and its redemptive sonic study

 

 

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In a condensed to the point overview of “Bourdon du Kinzie” in the Dusted online mag, Bill Meyer puts forward the interactions between interior and exterior acoustic phenomena at play in an old battery bunker, all skillfully brought to light by A.F. Jones, mastering virtuoso engineer (and not only !)  …

 

 

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