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Novellino / Rosi / Mazurek / Barnes - Objects In Mirrors Are Closer Than They Appear


Tracklist


1Objects19:14
2Mirrors22:10

Credits


  • ArtworkEmilio Leo
  • Bass, Electric Organ, Electronics, Synthesizer, Arranged By, Mixed ByAttilio Novellino
  • Cornet, ElectronicsRob Mazurek
  • Drums, PercussionTim Barnes
  • Electronics, Guitar, Organ, Synthesizer, Arranged By, Mixed BySaverio Rosi
  • Mastered ByJames Plotkin

Notes


Edition of 250 copies.

Objects In Mirrors Are Closer Than They Appear starts from a field recording session made by Attilio Novellino and Saverio Rosi in August of 2013 at the woolen mill “Lanificio Leo”, the oldest textile factory active in Calabria, founded in 1873 in Soveria Mannelli (Cz) and currently one of the most significant cases of company-museum in Italy (winner of Guggenheim Management Culture Prize in 2011)
The sounds produced by machines from the late 19th century, with their distinctive timbres and unusual rhythm, were sampled, electronically processed, and recomposed in order to form the lintel for two long suites of electroacoustic music.

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Attilio NovellinoSaverio RosiRob MazurekTim Barnes. Mastering by James Plotkin. Buy LPDigital album here: Attilio NovellinoSaverio RosiRob MazurekTim Barnes. Buy LPDigital album here: hey-appear. electronic free Mazurek Novellino Rosi Barnes. The conceptual complexity of Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear is so rich you can hear it in the first moment. As Attilio Novellino explains below, the process that he and Saverio Rosi used to concoct these two entrancing pieces developed in three separate steps, and each one added a substantial layer of motion and texture. Sometimes when multiple creative minds meet for this kind of project, the whole can seem to blur the parts, but in this case everything you might expect from these four thoughtful players is right there to be clearly heard. Objects in mirror are closer than they appear by NovellinoRosiMazurekBarnes, released 15 November 2014 1. Objects 2. Around this industrialpost-digital backbone, Novellino and Rosi trace intricate sound inlays made using granular synthesis. Objects In A Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear - Pitto. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear - Silver Age. The phrase objects in the mirror are closer than they appear is a safety warning that is required to be engraved on passenger side mirrors of motor vehicles in many places including United States, Canada, Nepal, India, and Saudi Arabia. It is present because while these mirrors' convexity gives them a useful field of view, it also makes objects appear smaller. Since smaller-appearing objects seem farther away than they actually are, a driver might make a maneuver such as a lane change assuming an. Mazureks cornet appears sparingly, making its appearances all the more prominent. He reels off some opening expressions at the start of Objects before Novellino and Rosis industrial hissing and humming take over. Barnes shuffling about enters at around the four and a half minute mark and for probably the only time on this album a riff - just two chords back and forth - emerges. A short time later, Mazurek improvises playfully over that until static overwhelms this riff, followed by several episodes of heavily modified textile machinery. Finally, the cornet reappears in mutated form to end. Daunhaus - Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear. Muruhuay - Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear. Human Factor - Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear. Sons Of Saturn - Objects In Mirror Closer Than They Appear. Life In A Tree - Objects In The Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear. Silence Kit - Objects in the Mirror Are Closer than They Appear No fear. This album starts with 2013 field recordings by Attilio Novellino and Saverio Rosi, made at the wool mill 'Lanificio Leo', the oldest textile factory active in Calabria, built in 1873. Around this industrialpost-digital backbone, Novellino and Rosi trace intricate sound inlays made using granular synthesis softwares, analogue instruments, modular synthesizers, organs, guitar and electric bass by cutting, digitally processing and harmoniously interweaving the instrumental contributions of two key fgures in the contemporary free-improv and experimental scene, Rob Mazurek cornet-electronics and Tim Barnes percussion-objects. Album 2014 2 Songs

Novellino / Rosi / Mazurek / Barnes - Objects In Mirrors Are Closer Than They Appear
Performer: Novellino / Rosi / Mazurek / Barnes
Genre: Electronic / Classical
Title: Objects In Mirrors Are Closer Than They Appear
Country: Italy
Released: 03 Dec 2014
Style: Experimental, Contemporary
MP3 album: 1734 mb
FLAC album: 1951 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 296
Source: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
№ Cat: LP-DRS004
Label: Discreetrecords

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The Out Door, 200 Words: A monthly Pitchfork column about experimental, avant-garde, and outsider music by Marc Masters.

The conceptual complexity of Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear is so rich you can hear it in the first moment. As Attilio Novellino explains below, the process that he and Saverio Rosi used to concoct these two entrancing pieces developed in three separate steps, and each one added a substantial layer of motion and texture. Sometimes when multiple creative minds meet for this kind of project, the whole can seem to blur the parts, but in this case everything you might expect from these four thoughtful players is right there to be clearly heard. Equally impressive is the way Novellino and Rosi edit their myriad sources in a way that consistently surprises, and resolutely refuses to settle. There’s patience in these sounds for sure, but we never get the kind of rote stretches of inert minimalism that collaborations like this can often fall prey to. This pair knows, to a near-psychic level, exactly when to let things go and exactly when to make things happen, splitting the difference between patience and activity uncannily. Which puts Objects In Mirror somewhere between masterful electronic collage and natural acoustic alchemy, a somewhere I would like to stay for a while.

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