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Kink Gong / Voices Жанр: Field Recordings, Folk, Experimental Носитель: WEB Страна-производитель диска (релиза): UK Год издания: 2013 Издатель (лейбл): Discrepant Страна исполнителя (группы): South Asia Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac) Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность: 0:41:01 Источник (релизер): soulseek <- boomkat Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет Треклист: 01 Baozoo Khen 9:13 02 Ar Mir Sanq Paq Aq Li 6:22 03 Cymb Wu Khmu 3:48 04 3 Hani Pipa 10:00 05 Sixian Miao Choir 6:38 06 Haoshendd 5:02
Ethnological music or what we call today “world music” is a quite generic musical gem. If you are interested in it you will probably have noticed that it is very easy to be lost in all these long lists of releases that finally it may not be so interesting. Sometimes the “authenticity” of the sound material depends on various factors such as the date of the recording, the location and conditions that took place, as well as the taste of the ethnomusicologist. Kink Gong is the sound project of Laurent Jeanneau, most known as a specialist for documenting and recording ethnic minority music, as well as for the documentary “Small Path Music” by David Harris. Till now, he has contributed recordings for labels as Musiques du Monde, Sublime Frequencies e.t.c., giving as an original taste of the folkloric musical tradition and the soundscape itself from places like China, Laos and Tibet. Under the name Kink Gong, Laurent Jeanneau is present us his original catalogue of rare minority music but also his own music utilizing remixes of the recording that he has made during his travels. “Voices” is his last work, using unreleased recordings from southern regions of Yunnan and Guizhou in China as well as in Sapa, North Vietnam and Phongsaly, Northern Laos. For this album he mixed voices and instruments recorded on location and computer modified parts, creating a very interesting sound collage. “Voices” aesthetic is closed to his previous and already sold out LP “Xinjiang”, proving once again his very good taste on the sound samples which he used and his compositional abilities.
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Discrepant play host to another wonderfully surreal collection of augmented field recordings by Sublime Frequencies contributor Laurent Jeanneau as Kink Gong. Alchemically collaging acoustic voices and instrumentation from the furthest flung regions of China, Laos, and Northern Vietnam, together with computer processing, he synthesises six incredibly compelling sonic interzones, emphasising the exotic, almost alien (well, from our perspective, at least) beauty of the original recordings by means of subtle electronic augmentation resulting even queerer harmonics whilst opening unreal space between their notes and the natural acoustics of their location. Sometimes he leaves the recordings completely unedited and untreated; at others they're evidently removed from their natural setting. But the subtlety of application makes for immersive and deeply illusory, ambiguous experience, the kind which we absolutely thrive off up here, hence strong recommendation to those listeners who don't like it black or white, but want to hear strange, new colours.
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