2015-03-21

A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick (2015)


A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick . OB/W15-046

1. It is natural to destroy ourselves or others, wiped out before events, Drake – pt 1 (3:50)
2. It is natural to destroy ourselves or others, wiped out before events, Drake – pt2 (2:51)
3. We are alone, they don’t exist, they are not there for us, Kardashev – pt 1 (4:07)
4. We are alone, they don’t exist, they are not there for us, Kardashev – pt 2 (2:48)
5. We are alone, they don’t exist, they are not there for us, Kardashev – pt 3 (4:55)
6. We are deliberately not contacted in this zoo, purposely isolated in the ball park to talk to ants, Sagan – pt 1 (3:09)
7. We are deliberately not contacted in this zoo, purposely isolated in the ball park to talk to ants, Sagan – pt 2 (2:44)
8. They are too far apart in space or time and we have not been searching enough nor listening properly, Dyson – pt 1 (2:48)
9. They are too far apart in space or time and we have not been searching enough nor listening properly, Dyson – pt 2 (2:29)
10. They are here unobserved, Dawkins (4:02)

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(english version below)

O terceiro lançamento de 2015 d’A Espiral de Bukowski, o álbum A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick, é um aperitivo para o lançamento do primeiro álbum físico próprio do duo, chamado AEdB (com lançamento previsto para maio de 2015).


O álbum contém a gravação de duas apresentações do fim de 2014 em São Paulo.
As primeiras 5 faixas são a apresentação de 06/11/2014 no teatro da Biblioteca Mário de Andrade em São Paulo, durante o XII ENCUN e as últimas 5 faixas são a apresentação de 13/12/2014 no Ibrasotope em São Paulo, durante o festival de comemoração de 7 anos do Ibrasotope.

Nas sessões contidas no álbum A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick, o duo deixa fluir a musicalidade livremente, explorando os timbres do Casiotone contaminados por pedais de guitarra (Big Muff, reverb, delay etc), escaleta e acordeom (que são processados e sampleados ao mesmo tempo em que são tocados), beats minimais (por vezes em compassos diversos), síntese analógica, modulação com ondas quadrada, triangular e dente de serra, uso de teclado de fita para linhas de baixo, microfonia, síntese granular, oscilação de baixa frequência, ruído branco, emulação de malha de captura de fase e a caixinha de fazer ruídos por foto-sensores que o Herbert Baioco Vasconcelos construiu. Os loops são construídos na base do improviso livre, com a sobreposição de samples e uso de filtros e efeitos, muitas vezes em cascata. O álbum também apresenta gravações de campo em lugares diversos (feitas com um iphone).


A Espiral de Bukowski:
Cesar Zanin - sintetizadores, processador de efeitos, sampler, sequencer, loop station, gravações de campo;
Mariana Cetra - teclado Casiotone com pedais de efeitos para guitarra, acordeom, escaleta, castanhola, voz.

Gravado do palco por Cesar usando um portastudio Zoom R16.

Fotos por Natacha Maurer.


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The album A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick is the duo’s third release in 2015 and is a teaser for their first physical full album, called AEdB, which will be released in May 2015. 

Cesar and Mariana improvise freely on the sessions on A sound, valid Born Fermi paradox about causation without determinism of amor fati panspermiagenesis, Nick, exploring the sounds of a Casiotone keyboard contaminated by guitar pedals (Big Muff, reverb, delay etc), the melodica and accordion being processed and sampled at the same time they are played, minimal beats (sometimes in distinct measures), analog synthesis, modulation with square, triangular and saw tooth waves, granular synthesis, use of ribbon keyboard for bass lines, feedback, low-frequency oscillation, white noise, emulation of phase-locked loop and a little box that makes noises by photocells. The loops are built in conjunction with filters and effects, often in cascade.
The album also features field recordings from different places (made with an iphone).


A Espiral de Bukowski:
Cesar Zanin - synthesizers, effects processor, sampler, sequencer, loop station, field recordings; 
Mariana Cetra - Casiotone keyboard with guitar effect pedals, accordion, melodica, castanets, voice.

Recorded from the stage by Cesar using a portastudio Zoom R16.

Photography by Natacha Maurer.

Tracks 1-5 recorded on the 6th November 2014 at Biblioteca Mário de Andrade in São Paulo, during XII ENCUN;
Tracks 6-10 recorded on the 13th December 2014 at Ibrasotope in São Paulo, during the festival celebrating 7 years of Ibrasotope.

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