Large Emerald Pear Mountain 3, Tri Ruby Ring 2, Olivine from 1, Thread Band from Round from Cassie Scallop from Hammered Rectangular Band from Cape Band from Diamond Cape Ring from Gathered Starburst from Double gathered starburst from 1, Annie Ring Band from Stardust Ring from Pave' Ribbon Ring from 1, Jenni Starburst Band from Sunrise Sunset Ring Band from Juniper Ring from The Liberty logo and label graphics have changed several times over the years, mostly when ownership of the label changed hands.
The original ownership of Waronker and Bennett used a drawing of the top part of the Statue of Liberty as a logo, with "Liberty" below it.
About the time the company was sold to Avnet, the logo changed to a wide crest that incorporated the Statue of Liberty motif. When Avnet sold the company back to Bennett, the logo was changed to a box with rounded corners containing the Statue of Liberty.
Finally, TransAmerica used a square-corner box with a silhouette of the Statue within. The first Liberty label was blue-green with silver printing. Great welcome back release. Records Labelboss Sergey Kostyrko and Mikroton's label owner Kurt Liedwart team up for the first time with a joint recording, made last summer.
I know Liedwart's music as relatively quiet, so I must admit I was a bit surprised here, with the noisier outing. That results in four noisy and minimal pieces of electronic music. It scratches and peeps, it bursts with low end sound and in 'Under Left' there is a bit of light, albeit not a lot.
This perhaps exactly the kind of thing that people release on a cassette: an impromptu noise session, straight forward and no bullshit. Mubles from the Basque country appear on the other side. Their music can be called 'demented free rock' at their best. I am not always a big fan, I must admit. In this twenty-two minute piece, 'Oh Pequeno Muble', Garcia mixes together a bunch of recordings from the band into a highly lo-fi affair.
Maybe some of these tracks didn't consist of hardly any sound, yet had all the more hiss, I wondered. One hears guitars, percussion, and vocalisations, which grow in intensity throughout the piece not so free then, this music? I have no idea what to make of this. It's quite enjoyable, for now. Would I want to hear a whole lot? I doubt that. The other new release by Spina! Records is by Igor Klochikhin from Berdsk and , "a family group from Saint-Petersburg" and not be confused with Pacific Klochikhin is a history teacher and he records in his bedroom, using cassettes, toy instruments, field recordings, while the family do "from time to time home art with their children, calling this manner of their lifestyle as mom-and-pop"; they already have seven albums out in the last three years.
I am not sure how this collaboration was made, in person or via mail exchange. This is quite strange music. It sounds like someone set up a microphone in a space and everybody makes some sounds, in other rooms. Trying out that guitar in one, while someone else knows how play a few chords in another. Children talk through this, there is a bit of percussion by them, etc. Two times nineteen minutes of this. One could do an extended piece on creation, naivety, art brut, outsiders, or simply put it down as people have a great laugh at all of that.
One could easily say this is all bullshit. I was reminded of some of the work of Dominique Petitgand, especially with those children voices; I quite enjoyed it. Just with Mubles even when this is entirely different , I enjoy this but I may not necessarily want to hear a lot of this.
Great idea though. Maybe to trick us into reviewing it? I have reviewed Bionulor's music before, and I quite enjoyed his take of the dark drone, Stephan Mathieu inspired sound recycling. I would have put this aside, but I was also bit curious what this was about. Much to my surprise there are six pieces here and the total length is eight minutes - I can do this easily and this is by no means an invitation to send me more download music, mind you!
This is Bionulor's third release with music from theatrical performances see also Vital Weekly , in this case Yasmina Reza's play 'Trois Versions De La Vie", and I have no idea why this is all so brief.
Was there no need for more music? There are piano sounds, something of a more electronic origin and some sound effects. Everything is a bit sketch like here - no surprise there with six pieces in eight minutes. A bit short, granted for that reason a review, but one wonders: why so brief?
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Related Pages. Gamble Home Furnishings Furniture shop.This edition is the first one on a regular CD. The material was thoroughly remastered by Łukasz Miernik (who is also responsible for the sound of the previous MAEROR TRI reissues on Zoharum.) "Dreaming Muzak" is composed of 2 drone ambient compositions so characteristic for the TROUM style.