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THE IMAGINARY SOUNDSCAPES - Field Factory

Format: mCDR
Label & Cat.Number: Taalem alm101
Release Year: 2014
Note: project of STEPHANE RIVES and FREDERIC NOGRAY who created here a 20 min piece of whining industrial synthscapes with subtle field recordings, an interesting combination..
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"the imaginary soundscapes is the electronic meeting of stphane rives who uses re-worked samples from hiw own discography mixed with recordings from his daily life and sound environment, a process that builds on "islet of memories", a project he began in 2010, and frdric nogray (his solo disc "wuritagu" is still available from us) who returns to his early research on feedback, here caused and moderated in real time with three effects pedals, oscillating between minimalism and psychedelia.

"field factory" is a wonderful ever evolving post-industrial drone that will keep you awake during its 20 minutes..." [label info]

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"In the ever-expanding universe of Taalem, now over 100 releases, three new additions, reviewed in order of appearance in the Taalem catalogue. The first one is by French duo Stephane Rives and Frederic Nogray. They already had a release on Ruptured (see Vital Weekly 802). Rives normally plays saxophone but on this release he is responsible for 'mixing and editing of recordings from his daily life and sound environment, sometimes using samples of his own discography' while Nogray creates 'feedbacks caused and moderated by three effects pedals, general mixing and editing in real time', recorded in Beirut, where Rives lives. Now this is something different than the usual release on Taalem. It's dark, it's drone like - that is not strange - but The Imaginary Soundscapes add an element of noise to it, although perhaps noise is not the right word. It's perhaps more abstract than much of the ambient releases on Taalem. The processed feedback makes up a fine, sustaining field of sound and the field recordings in here do not come in some long form but rather in a more collage like form." [FdW/Vital Weekly]