Lunch in Nishinomiya

Improvised Music from Japan
IMJ 527
2005
CD
1 disque
16,95 CAD
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In Lunch in Nishinomiya, Haco (contact microphones, oscillators, effects) joins forces with two leading Montréal improvisers known for their innovative playing: Diane Labrosse (sampler) and Martin Tétreault (turntable, surfaces, small electronics).

When Labrosse and Tétreault came to Japan in 2003, they found a kindred spirit in Haco. The three recorded an improvised music session at Haco’s studio in Nishinomiya (near Osaka), and later completed the construction and mix through e-mail exchanges between Canada and Japan. This is not Haco the songstress. With exquisite balance, the trio combine a variety of grating, explosive, scraping, vibrating sounds (noises) with precise breathing and dynamism, tension and relaxation.

The result is extremely delicate electroacoustic sound. Eight tracks in all.

Pistes

    • 1
      What Is Today’s Recipe? (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      5m33s
    • 2
      Kitchen Neon (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      5m07s
    • 3
      Cutting Vegetables (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      3m18s
    • 4
      The Steamer (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      4m59s
    • 5
      Boiling (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      7m18s
    • 6
      Buon Appetito! (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      3m55s
    • 7
      Afternoon Walk (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      7m36s
    • 8
      In the Fridge (2003-04)
      • 2.0
        • Stéréo 2.0
      5m54s