MACHINIST - OF WHAT ONCE WAS

MACHINIST - OF WHAT ONCE WAS

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Label: MOVING FURNITUR

Release date: 23/05/2011

Barcode: 2090504177993

Catalog no.: MFR0000011

Item ID: 417799

This album comprises of two tracks with a combined running time of 55 minutes. 'Mono Tone In D' is inspired by the concept of the Monotone Symphony (1949) by French artist Yves Klein. In this composition a chamber orchestra plays only one note for twenty minutes, followed by an equal measure of silence. Machinist takes up this concept as a premise on which he builds an electric guitar piece in D, with the only variation being the length of tones and different shapes of resonance. 'Of What Once Was' is a live improvised piece, a bookend and closing performance recording of a series of shows following the release of the album 'Viens Avec Moi Dans Le Vide' (2010, Betontoon). The piece marks the transition in the sonic adventures of Machinist from guitar based drone work into new and as of yet uncharted territories and unknown spatiality.

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