Voices by KOMPRIPIOTR/Renato Sclaunich, released 17 August 2016 1. Renato Sclaunich - Renato Sclaunich - Balot Crôt (Omaggio a P. P. Pasolini) Testament Di Un Cián 2. Renato Sclaunich - Renato Sclaunich - Indian Variations For Electric Signals 3. KOMPRIPIOTR - The Demon Dies From A Throat Cut Experimental, Harsh Noise. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album.
KOMPRIPIOTR aims at composing and deconstructing on multiple levels. Most of his radical expression forms are actions with the focus on noise For shure a strong impact nest in his extreme works. In the early 90s KOMPRIPIOTR started working with electronic soundexperiments and has since then covered the whole spectrum between sound art, actionism and noise. KOMPRIPIOTR aims at composing and deconstructing on multiple levels. Most of his radical expression forms are actions with the focus on noise
KOMPRIPIOTR - The Deamon Dies From a Throat Cut. Notes.
Voices is a studio album by Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in 1995. Caroline Lavelle sings and plays cello on the song "Come To Me", Paul Young sings on "Losing Sleep", while Stina Nordenstam on "Ask the Mountains". The album reached position in the UK Albums Chart on March 2, 1996. The single "Ask The Mountains" was co-released with Stina Nordenstam, and reached position in the UK Singles Chart on March 16, 1996. Voices" (Vangelis) – 7:00. Echoes" (Vangelis) – 8:20. His experiments illustrate the physical power of sound and the geometry of harmonic spaces in nature by creating a multidimensional matrix where threads of delicate fragments emerge and intertwine with raw sounds according to natural logic. Sensesaesthetics and ample space for coincidence are essential parts of KOMPRIPIOTR’s work. There are no boundaries when it comes to technique; anything will do to produce, extract and manipulate sound – from DIY circuit bending instruments to musique concrète and more.
|1||Renato Sclaunich - Balot Crôt|
|2||Renato Sclaunich - Indian Variation For Electric Signals|
|3||KOMPRIPIOTR - The Deamon Dies From a Throat Cut|