11 3月

Two specially albums is are available now by Bypass.

Hi friends, we has two specially albums is are available now.

First one is [BP024] Luís Antero + Marcus Kürten – Stall, an Field recording album. not excited but truely sounds from the nature.


http://bp.bai-hua.org/releases/bp024.htm
http://www.last.fm/music/Various+Artists/Stall
http://www.archive.org/details/bp024

notes:
Stall is the first collaboration of Luís Antero and Marcus Kuerten and consists of two twelve-minute tracks recorded on location in the Coimbra region in Portugal and the German Rhineland. The pieces present the unadulterated sounds of agronomical livestock production places.

The changes in sound of the Stall recording by Antero are more punctuated and less textured. It captures, based on species noises, the group dynamics of sheep and forms a contrast to the atmosphere recording of the cow stable. Kuerten’s Stall is dominated by the eerie sounds of a claustrophobic setting with ambient noises mainly, but it is also an extensive audible pleasure to listen to the astonishing amount of information.

The final track is an additional remix by the Chinese musician and producer ZhangJW from Beijing. His complex structured piece of music draws a line under a highly recommended work. Enjoy yourself and listen attentive.

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another one is [BP023] Siegmar Fricke – Nekrektomie, darkness but awesome effect and Experimental sounds.

http://bp.bai-hua.org/releases/bp023.htm
http://www.last.fm/music/Siegmar+Fricke/Nekrektomie
http://www.archive.org/details/bp023

Notes:

‘Electrocautery and granulomateous audio-dissection are the inevitable new techniques announcing a new era in pharmakustik sound-symbiosis 2009.

Acoustic tissues are destroyed by concentrated density of grain-impulses and subsequently re-generated to complex epidermal areas and necremic rotations.

The removal and re-implantation of abnormally necrotized sonics, as featured on NEKREKTOMIE, are the new methods offered to the open-minded connaisseurs of aural surgery.’ (SF | March 2009)

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Thanks.