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The characteristic Köner drones perfectly match with Winderen's processed environmental sound recordings. Ánd with some live environment sounds, by the way: a faraway emergency siren, some birds, church bells ringing, audience coughs.

The resulting piece is completely absorbing: it must've been quite an impressive experience to attend this performance at the square garden between the cathedral and the bishop's palace.

"That night of June 2014 in Evreux, Normandy, they fashioned together a very discreet and evolutionary soundscape, which included mist, birds, slow – very slow – breathing, celestial humming, rain… all of which integrate a panorama their common music designs, which is not necessarily cold."

No physical release, unfortunately, which may be a pain for some collectors. But still we should thank Touch for distributing a recording that otherwise would've probalby remained unavailable. (France)


released August 29, 2014



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