Rainfall, do polaco Marcin Drabot, também conhecido por Aairria. Drabot, de 22 anos, criou uma longa peça de arte sonora feita de gotas de chuva e outras matérias em estado líquido. Com citação de Haruki Murakami: "Gazing at the rain, I consider what it means to belong, to become part of something. To have someone cry for me. From someplace distant, so very distant. From, ultimately, a dream. No matter how far I reach out, no matter how fast I run, I'll never make it. Why would anyone want to cry for me?" - [Rain Netlabel]
«In early November, Yells At Eels did a short Portuguese-Spanish tour with Rodrigo Amado, and this is a quick documentary of the music, the trains, planes, and European cities and their particular "look". The song is The Matter at Hand ... Stefan González on drums, Aaron González on bass, Rodrigo Amado on tenor sax, and Dennis González doing trumpet playing and videoing» - Dennis González
This month, as Autumn creeps in, we have a stunning album for you from Cologne, Germany based artist Nils Quak. This album is a lovingly crafted blend of pulsating drones, distant field recordings and repetitious minimalism. Nils has also chosen to include with this album, his own custom made Max/Msp application. The app is included in the zip files, in both standalone Windows and Mac versions.
"pulsating shadows emanating rays of nothingness into the colored void this is not au revoir this is departing gradually forever departing"
Written and recorded in 2009 by Nils Quak at The Space Without A Name.
Katherine Young, Things Suspended Converge and Fall. Para a execução das sete peças do disco, a compositora e fagotista, formada pela Wesleyan University, onde foi aluna de Anthony Braxton, reuniu em ensemble de 19 músicos de cordas, metais e percussão, piano acústico, piano Wurlitzer, electrónica em tempo real Max/MSP e máquina de escrever. Gravação ao vivo no Cromwell Concert Hall da Wesleyan University. Edição da netlabel Mandorla.