1990 release. Originally released in 1989 as Violin Solo. Sept. 3-4, ’89. Takehisa Kosugi‘s improvisations, both with violin and miscellaneous sounding objects, have a sense of emerging from the bottom of a spiritual unconscious. From this place comes a music based more on the feeling of sounds than conscious arrangement. Memory, physical action, tactile perceptions, environmental conditions, and awareness of subconscious microcosmic and macrocosmic extremes inform his work as much as the intention to assemble sounds into music. When listeners connect with his sounds, a direct identification of experience occurs between audience and performer. Personnel: Takehisa Kosugi – electric violin.
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Josh Landes (Limbs Bin) first release under his own moniker, and not the latter. An unmasking of a somehow familiar character, Provincial Electronics is a soliloquy for the burnt but still sharp. [...]
Laura Luna Castillo is a multi-disciplinary artist and musician currently residing in Puebla, Mexico. Through these convergences of time-based media, music, sculpture and narrative languages, she [...]