Sonomu Reviews

From Sonomu:

Alio Die & Zeit, Raag Drone Theory (Hic Sunt Leones)
Zeit is Tommaso Cimò, who teams up with Alio Die for a single, fragile, meditative track glittering with notes dripping off their respective zithers, gradually shapeshifting for three seconds shy of the maximum capacity of a compact disc. Alio Die also plays psaltery and manipulates his… [read]
Posted by Stephen Fruitman at 08:24, 14 Apr 2009

Alio Die & James Johnson, Cube 7: Suspensione D´Estate (Hic Sunt Leones)
As a project, “Cube Music” has been produced with a utilitarian purpose, in the grand tradition of the first self-proclaimed (and literally) ambient music, Brian Eno´s “music for airports”. Alio Die and Johnson´s intent is to have an effect on the architectural spaces inhabited by humanity during… [read]
Posted by Stephen Fruitman at 08:21, 14 Apr 2009

K. Leimer, The Useless Lesson (Palace Of Light)
Seven tracks on his seventh effort (but our first encounter), a generous sixty-five minutes. “Constructed and deconstructed”, organized and reorganized. Leimer entertains the notion of juxtaposition as his aesthetic by interleafing sedate, string trio compositions with more “hybrid” electronica…. [read]
Posted by Stephen Fruitman at 07:44, 03 Apr 2009

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