Sunday, 2 May 2010

BELTANE (01 May 2010)

The musick dedicated to this Sabbat is:

MNORTHAM & JGRZINICH

THE STOMACH OF THE SKY


Original Issue: 1997 Staalplaat (STCD 115)

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Margot-meter: 5 moons / 5

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1 Eluvium - Separate Material Accumulations, Or At Least Only Shifted By The Wind
2 Remanent Magnetism - The Memory Of C. Kelvin Physically Manifested In The Structure Of A Leaf
3 Geochronologic Formation - This Eye Can Only Be Seen By A Change Of Perception

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from Aquarius Records:

MNortham (who has previously been sighted on the fantastic Ora album Anagram and in recent collaboration with Francisco Lopez) and JGrzinich are sound artists investigating the properties of various organic acoustic forms, making use of long wire devices, found materials, assembled devices, aeolian wind harps, and a field recordings. Culled from years of collaborative recordings, The Stomach Of The Sky begins with extended rumble of densely layered sounds -- very much like the latest Lopez field recording work. Then the duo introduces a delicate metallic drones / scrapes / gurgles which could come from the Organum / Andrew Chalk school of bowed cymbals and gongs or from a processed field recording of water running through copper pipes. Either way, it's a beautiful magnetic tone.

16 comments:

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Quiscalus said...

Hello... track 2 is missing

Margot said...

Do anybody have the same problem?

koshka said...

a must have...

Kevin said...

yea, i'm also getting a corruption on track two.

Margot said...

I'll re-up this in a couple of days...be patient

Quiscalus said...

Thanks!

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Duck said...

This is a great disc! If anyone is curious about what it sounds like, check out the labels to this post (nice job Margot).

Margot said...

A big big thank you & kiss, Duck

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plaxma said...

Otro buen disco de MNORTHAM.

Richard said...

Thanks Margot.
Ive come to associate my pagan sabbat's with the sounds you post from this site.
Many thanks for another great post.

Margot said...

Welcome aboard, Richard :-)

Anonymous said...

no idea where to find links here. tried it some time. stupid me.

Margot F. said...

Sorry but links are not permanently available in this blog