Marc Barreca | Big Dahomey Funeral

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Big Dahomey Funeral

by Marc Barreca

Marc uses digital and analog synthesizers, digital samplers, environmental field recordings and computer processed audio loops to create multi-layered audio compositions.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Aeolian Spider
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2. Big Dahomey Funeral
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3. Mad Dance #1
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4. Messier Crosses the Blue Line
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5. Alloy
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6. Amphibious
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7. Abstraction
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8. Barrage
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9. Mad Dance #2
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10. Odd Landscapes
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11. Badlands
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12. Alta Lake
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
marc barreca's music shudders and grinds and shifts through aural spaces that collapse from highly detailed sound fields into massive densities, or expand into sheer vapor. big dahomey funeral is comprised of multiple electronic and acoustic sources composed between 1994 and 2005, offering an intimate glimpse of the way in which his approach to composing and recording have shifted and become more refined, leading up to immaculately realized recordings like subterrane and tremble. Textura says "Barreca's lava-like sound-worlds are heady constructions whose sounds spill forth in thick clusters and collectively present themselves as heaving conglomerations of shape-shifting sound. A word like organic is less applicable than geologic, given the immense tectonic force with which its material convulses."

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