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Micromelancolié - #p st-m d rn_summertime MP3 FLAC
Performer:
Micromelancolié
Album:
#p st-m d rn_summertime
Style:
Experimental, Field Recording, Glitch, Ghetto
Released:
10 Oct 2013
Country:
Poland
Label:
BDTA
Catalog:
BDTA V
FLAC size:
2062 mb
MP3 size:
1089 mb
WMA size:
2948 mb


Tracklist


1#In The Sun, In The Subway Fluorescents33:09
2#Postmodernist Summertime4:16
3#Untitled5:41
4#Nosurprises7:00


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BDTA VMicromelancolié #p st-m d rn_summertime ‎(4xFile, FLAC)BDTABDTA VPoland2013
BDTA VMicromelancolié #p st-m d rn_summertime ‎(CDr, Ltd, RP)BDTABDTA VPoland2013
BDTA LMicromelancolié #p st-m d rn_summertime ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, RE, C60)BDTABDTA LPoland2014


Credits


  • ArtworkKarolina Pietrzyk
  • Music ByRobert Skrzyński
  • Photography ByPaweł Starzec


Notes


This CDr is released in limited edition of 73. Each copy comes in a screen-printed cover, with a hand-developed and numbered photograph processed on an old ORWO paper.

  • ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
Behind Micromelancolie we find one Robert Skrzynski, who also work within visual art as no_signal and has his own 77ndustry netlabel. When asked to write something about his own music he wrote: "“#amplify #bubbles #cough #defect #experimental #fluorescence #glitch #hound #imbalance #jinx #kaleidoscope #loops #mechanical #night #owl #postmodernism #quiet #rust #summertime #tropic #untitled #vapor #weather #xerox #yard #zoom”" which is quite funny. According to the label he uses field recordings, no-input mixer, old VHS tapes and many more. The result is cut into three relatively shorter pieces and one very long piece. In all of them I am reminded of zoviet*france, one way or another. We have here that similar love for tape-loops from a rather rusty origin, crackling electronics and mighty fine drone like sounds. Especially in the long "#In The Sun, In The Subway Fluorescents' it wanders about, perhaps rather without much sense or direction, but it never fails to bore me. Here, but in all of the pieces, there is a nice ambient atmosphere, which might not be the most original, but it works really very well. If drone like music is your cup of tea, then this would be certainly a name to look out for.

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