Dig City Records

"Since my piece Terrible Fake (GODREC 033LP, 2015) and especially Darkroom (GODREC 047LP, 2017), I've been trying to integrate some grooves into classical contemporary idiom. Since those experiments were mostly for smaller setups, this time I wanted to transfer it into the larger one in order to get more possibilities to work with different textures and coloring within harmonic structures of clusters and chromatic movements of melodies. Constant transformation and mutation of musical material makes the sound movable and the whole piece is morphing throughout. The sound of the whole ensemble is filtered through delay effect, which offered additional, almost psychedelic tension to the whole piece, even with some microtonal incidents. The division of the piece into 'Element A' and 'B' is actually a concept of two-sided vinyl and the two parts with almost same duration, are one of the concepts of the whole piece." -Slobodan Kajkut
"Since my piece Terrible Fake (GODREC 033LP, 2015) and especially Darkroom (GODREC 047LP, 2017), I've been trying to integrate some grooves into classical contemporary idiom. Since those experiments were mostly for smaller setups, this time I wanted to transfer it into the larger one in order to get more possibilities to work with different textures and coloring within harmonic structures of clusters and chromatic movements of melodies. Constant transformation and mutation of musical material makes the sound movable and the whole piece is morphing throughout. The sound of the whole ensemble is filtered through delay effect, which offered additional, almost psychedelic tension to the whole piece, even with some microtonal incidents. The division of the piece into 'Element A' and 'B' is actually a concept of two-sided vinyl and the two parts with almost same duration, are one of the concepts of the whole piece." -Slobodan Kajkut
769791981546

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Format: Vinyl
Label: GOD RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/29/2022
UPC: 769791981546

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"Since my piece Terrible Fake (GODREC 033LP, 2015) and especially Darkroom (GODREC 047LP, 2017), I've been trying to integrate some grooves into classical contemporary idiom. Since those experiments were mostly for smaller setups, this time I wanted to transfer it into the larger one in order to get more possibilities to work with different textures and coloring within harmonic structures of clusters and chromatic movements of melodies. Constant transformation and mutation of musical material makes the sound movable and the whole piece is morphing throughout. The sound of the whole ensemble is filtered through delay effect, which offered additional, almost psychedelic tension to the whole piece, even with some microtonal incidents. The division of the piece into 'Element A' and 'B' is actually a concept of two-sided vinyl and the two parts with almost same duration, are one of the concepts of the whole piece." -Slobodan Kajkut
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