Subjectivation by Antoine Chessex

Antoine Chessex | Subjectivation Fragment Factory (LP/DL) These two lengthy tracks are culled from live material by Swiss noisemaker Antoine Chessex. Subjectivation is the composer playing solo. Beginning with the flared electronic open sources in San Francisco _ Berlin _ Zurich 2010-2014 he bends a series of pedals or wires attached to a tenor sax into submission, and the results are a searing pure white noise. The raging cacophony is an avalanche of noise, and it’s hard to imagine this not being a huge orchestra making such a burring racket. I’m reminded of early Wolf Eyes here, as his radical … Continue reading Subjectivation by Antoine Chessex

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Cuspo by Síria

Síria | Cuspo Crónica (CS/DL) The collective Portugese label Crónica has been bringing cutting edge, genre defying music since 2003 – and no signs of stopping here. This is Síria‘s debut (aka Diana Combo) and its an assortment of collaborations – field recordings, voice and vinyl records. At first, on Por Riba,  (partly recorded by John Grzinich) it’s quite a soothing, almost meditative blend of silky song and lightly vibrating drone electronics, with some subtle percussion. The setting is spare and dreamy, though it seems like we are in daylight in this adaptation from a recording of Catarina Chitas by Michel Giacometti. … Continue reading Cuspo by Síria

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