Radicor al flort, espert on’ill il erb, aor Raetia
featuring Archipeland rouge-ah
Electronic and ambient soundscapes meld with japanese instrumentation and rouge-ah’s poignant harp to create a sonic tapestry that ebbs and flows between moments of serene beauty and frenzied dissonance.
“Arcaskathel” is an interstitium, a somatic study of phonetics. In little less than 40 minutes, electronic, minimal and noise elements are blended with classical Japanese tunings and non-linear time manipulations, all articulated by Archipel’s muscular and diffracted world of words.
Extremely dilated fades, intermitted structures, massively warped voices, blasting industrial distortions and gaming sound effects populate the synthetic environments of a not-necessarily dystopian post-something, multifaceted and porous.
En To Pan
Natural Sciences, 2018
Forged from a background of hardcore punk recordings, Holy Similaun’s “En to Pan” applies chaos electronics to de-constructed jungle and industrial power-outs, creating a hyper-technological version of a decaying future suffocated by waste, engrossment and disgust.