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INFANT CYCLE / JARED DAVISON - Periodical I

Format: mCD-R
Label & Cat.Number: The Ceiling CEIL029
Release Year: 2005
Note: lim. 80 / nice little full-colour self-printed covers in different colours (thick glossy paper)
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €6.00


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Schne kanadische EP mit zwei Stcken, INFANT CYCLE mit einem quasi-rhythmischen, elektronisch-sirrenden & sich windenden Soundknuel, der uns unbekannte JARED DAVISON kreiert einen dunkel-loopig-mechanischen Soundscape aus Oberflchenklngen von Vinylschallplatten, eine Art dsterer PHILIP JECK? Super !

The most recent project embarked upon by The Ceiling is a series of split mini-CDRs (originally intended as a series of a 7"s, which remains in the artwork), between The Infant Cycle and other artists in the southern Ontario region of Canada, working mainly in the arena of CDRs, MP3s, and less in larger-circulation formats. The series intends to bring together artists working outside existing genres and subgenres, working in areas of their own. The intent is to unify the series with a sense of adventure and challenge, and not necessarily a stylistic consistency. The series is also intended to function somewhat as a sort of newspaper, a snapshot of where each project is at the time of issue. The series can be viewed as sidebar releases by the artists- perhaps a progress report.
THE INFANT CYCLE has been in operation since 1992, producing numerous CDRs, CDs, vinyl, cassette and MP3 releases, alongside many compilation appearances for labels all over the planet. The Infant Cycle creates eccentric sound-worlds from disparate strands of instrumental phrases, field recordings, and everything in between; composition mixing with improvisation, influenced by happy accidents and technical failures. The piece contained is a mixing of previously recorded tracks, rethinking the past and foreshadowing future releases.
JARED DAVISON has followed an uncompromising path from his time as founder and mainstay of the many incarnations of Mind Skelp-cher, through various short-term projects, to his current work under his own name. While quiet for the past few year, he is re-emerging with material focused narrowly on particular sounds isolated from their sources, and projected into unpredictable shapes and atmospheres. "Phonography" is an uneasy and sometimes violent soundscape based entirely on the crackle and hum hiding amidst the grooves of your favourite vintage vinyl.All releases in the Periodical series are "budget" priced releases of 80 copies only. [label info]