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    Tatiana Alamartine – Searching

    Digipack CD Album with 2 Bonus Tracks included... The first of a new series named Acoustic Collection at VoxxoV Records. The creation of the album Searching began in the Conservatorio di Musica Giovan Battista Martini in Bologna, Italy, during a six month residence in 2014. The rest was done in two months in Lyon. Tatiana Alamartine worked with a famous Bosendörfer piano, a rare and prestigious Viennese instrument. This piano is unique and has a powerful and melodious tone. The pianist Rainer Keuschnig will even say that "Bösendorfer is authentically Viennese, because it presents all the various aspects of the Viennese personality which expresses itself in the eye which smiles or cries". This famous piano was the one used by numerous famous composers, including, Franz Liszt and Charlemagne Palestine for his album Strumming Music. Tatiana's album follows the tradition of solo piano albums with wintry tones while also having a colored and warm composition at the same time. Classical music lovers who liked Vora by Rauelsson or Winter Musik by Nils Frahm will surely be delighted with Searching by Tatiana Alamartine. The themes’ diversity makes this album complex yet approchable. In many ways, this album sounds like a collection of compositions mixing improvisations and interludes, a brilliant achievement of a three years musical ressearch diary.
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    Paskine – The Shapes of Collapses

    The Shapes of Collapses is Paskine’s sophomore album. His debut album Nimod was released in 2014 by VoxxoV Records. His new album is composed of ten tracks (and two bonus tracks) mirroring the different shapes of collapses and explosions. It is a die-hard work striving to reach sound abstraction as close as possible, and it sometimes achieves this goal. As a result, the melodies, the rhythmics, and the other repetitive elements constantly evolve until they collapse and drown in their own sonorous and abrasive streams. It only comes to mutation and the evolution of sounds. Consequently, this album can be equated with a repetition of cycles freely inspired by natural disasters such as the melting of ice caps, volcanic eruptions, meteorological anomalies and so on. The sound elements are all exclusively electronic. The Shapes of Collapses is the result of several years of work and research. The latter were accomplished especially thanks to the gmem CNCM in Marseilles, who offered their invaluable help during a research residency in 2015 and 2016.
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    Gaetan Gromer – Noise Level

    Noise Level is an attempt of sound illustration of this idea and, like in the short story, the library holds a central place. All compositions are built from real sounds recorded in ordinary libraries. After transformation, these heterogeneous sounds blend into a new environment, where a coffee machine might as well be a melodic instrument and the sounds of book handling, a percussion set. The creative gesture then represents a link between the concrete manifestations of reality and the imaginaries…
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    Damian Valles – Strand

    Strand is a work of brilliance, blurring the boundaries between exceptionally bleak drone and haunted minimal industrial, with mind-numbing static electricity buzzing behind your eyes, motorik rhythms made from detritus tumbling around in empty oil drums, and deep low-end generator thrum vibrating under the sound of hanging scythes clanking like wind chimes, these are the sparse & ominous sounds of the heavy woes carried through life, the ones nobody sees but everybody endures, when you catch a glimpse of Death in your reflection, Valles’ music helps you dismiss it and just focus on the insanity at hand.' - Justin Snow
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    Maps and Diagrams – Delta

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    Once again, Maps and Diagrams produces another harmonic long-player; “Delta” this time for VoxxoV Records, with 12 tracks of hazy-flavoured electronics and defined acoustic distinctions. Conjuring-up found sound and aquatic, multi-coloured melodies, Maps and Diagrams takes us on a journey combining darkness and discordance with illumination and tonality.
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    Map 165 – The Fatigue Of Sunlight…

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    Sun blind. A vast white arc of light that covers and exposes. Stone and skin are turned translucent. The soul of the place is exposed, burnt wide open by the screaming light, and we walk out into this. We step, with skin-burning steps, across crackling stone. In the roadside shrine, green water seethes with velvet stillness. Opposite the sun, the bell-clear blue rings out across the dome of the scalded sky. Midday and it can only get hotter; midday and all is stunned into stillness. And running over the white stone, a single line of blood, a droplet fallen and rolling from the wounded day. Its brilliance against the blank plane of limestone disturbs. All balance is gone and one staggering step is taken, an age between steps, an aching journey through the solid white day, under the clanging sky. Time stretches like a rusty coil, shedding iron dust onto the heat-swimming ground.
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    TRDLX – Dystopia

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    Glitchy textures swirl around the temples while addictive beats thump the temples. Soundscapes crawl beneath a barbed wire of dense and complex patterns. Dystopia is the first album of Paris based producers Boris Haladjian and Thibault Csukonyi. Within a constant state of flux and tension, the sound waves delve into incisive electronic and organic textures, ranging from IDM to sound-design or gorgeous ambient layers. Trdlx is the project of the Parisians Boris Haladjian and Thibault Csukonyi. Oscillating between heavy fractured beats and abrasive textures, their sound is similar to a complex hybrid electronica, nourrished of dense rhythmic patterns and immersive ambient layers. Largely influenced by trip-hop, IDM and drone / ambient, Trdlx’s music is engraved in a dark melancholic cinematic universe in which each composition can be seen as a singular story.
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    Paskine – Nimrod

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    NIMROD is Paskine’s debut album. Paskine here continues his experiments with noise and repetition, making his most abstract compositions to date, and adding a strong narrative element with the album’s structure. NIMROD was created with the idea of plunging the listener into a sound storm. It is composed of immersive drones, deconstructed melody, crackles and multiple kinds of noises invading space, blowing, little heavy and repetitive rhythm. The album is structured into nine parts, as kind of chapters; some minimalist, sometimes just the opposite; sometimes melodic, sometimes completely abstract.
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    Damian Valles – Exposure

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    Damian Valles describes ‘Exposure’ as the logical follow-up to ‘Badlands’ (somehow recordings) which was released in a limited edition in the spring of 2013… The six tracks that comprise this release delve further into darker territory and cold, harsh environments. A continuation on the theme of desolation, erosion and annihilation. However, this time around things are further stripped down and bare, leaving more room to explore and dwell amidst the vastness of the surroundings. If ‘Badlands’ was the journey, perhaps ‘Exposure’ is the destination.
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    Hakobune – Nebulous Sequences (2 x CD)

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    Sparkles of mist, ebbs of mystery. Tiny shades of colours within a suspended time. “Nebulous Sequences” is the new masterfully album of Kyoto based musician Takahiro Yorifuji who operates under the name of Hakobune. The ripples of dense and elusive drones create a vast and meditative landscape where air and water flow and shimmer together. Using layers of processed guitar, this album envelops and surrounds the body with the beauty of a soothing and nebulous presence.
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