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Disc 1
01
Aernoudt Jacobs Phantom Melodies
33 :15
02
Francisco López Untitled #207
32 :28
Disc 2
01
Francisco López Untitled #277
27 :40
02
Aernoudt Jacobs Bag of Cats
28 :14
ARTIST
TITLE
Lith
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SR 368CD SR 368CD
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RELEASE DATE
5/28/2013

New Series Framework is an extension of Sub Rosa's Concrete Electronics Noise, a mix-up of unusual conceptions of sound material by young unknown composers, well-known not-so-young composers and old but clever composers. Limited editions. For Lith, Francisco López and Aernoudt Jacobs shared their original sound recordings from the Brazilian Amazon, Mexico, and the UK and created four compositions with each other's recordings. Francisco López is internationally-recognized as one of the major figures of the sound art and experimental music scene. Over the past 30 years, he has developed an astonishing sonic universe, absolutely personal and iconoclastic, based on a profound listening of the world. Destroying boundaries between industrial sounds and wilderness sound environments, shifting with passion from the limits of perception to the most dreadful abyss of sonic power, proposing a blind, profound and transcendental listening, freed from the imperatives of knowledge and open to sensory and spiritual expansion. He has realized hundreds of concerts, projects with field recordings, workshops and sound installations in 60 countries of the five continents. His extensive catalog of sound pieces (with live and studio collaborations with over 100 international artists) has been released by more than 200 record labels worldwide, and he has been awarded three times with honorary mentions at the competition of Ars Electronica Festival. Aernoudt Jacobs' (1968, lives and works in Brussels) work is both phenomenological and empirical. It originates from acoustic and technological research and investigates how sounds still can yield sonic processes which will trigger the perceptive scope of the observer. His work focuses on a central question: how can the complexity, richness and stratification of our direct, daily environment be translated into something that can really be experienced?