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Persian Electronic Music Vol 2 : Sacred Horror In Design
Label : Sub Rosa
Year : 2018
Format : LP
Style : Electronic / Experimental
Availability : Out of stock
|Description :||Unusual colour and complex microtonality
found in the classical music of Iran / blurts
of noise, sour tones, and a vaguely technoid
or dubwise impression expose the inner
rhythm and counterpoint embedded in this
strummed music / emotional, mathematical
and polyrhythmic principles underpinning
Persian music, the record reveals a dramatic
blend of acoustic Persian instrumentation
and contemporary electronics.
Sote aims to devise an idealised fusion of the
musical heritage and tradition of Iran with the forward-thinking vision which has propelled
his storied career producing techno, hardcore
and computer music for labels like Warp, Ge-stell,
Morphine and Repitch.
Now living in Tehran, his music has frequently
grappled with the strict cultural restrictions
imposed in his country over the past few decades,
finding a space and setting to nurture new
developments in experimental sound and
Working with Arash Bolouri who plays the santour
(Persian hammered dulcimer), and Behrouz Pashaei
on the long-necked, four-string setar, Sote frames
and responds to their traditional artistry. On
occasions he directly manipulates the music
emanating from their ancient instruments,
cultivating and thickening up a surreal and
beautiful tonality plucked from their strings with
a series of processing techniques, but mostly each
track is a peaceful arrangement and partnership,
Sote electro-acoustically augmenting their
movements within his own cybernetic framework.
|Titles :||01. Plebeian 10'29 |
02. Boghze Esfahan 6'40
03. Plural 5'03
04. Flux Of Sorrow 6'46
05. Segaah 8'17
06. Holy Error 7'32