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Cythera

by Tadzio

Centered on the topics of death, sickness, memory and anxiety, Tadzio culls from a variety of influences— from Gregorian chant, Javanese Gamelan and Arvo Pärt to late-career Scott Walker.
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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Tadzio is an ensemble of Philadelphia/D.C. based musicians who share an interest in creating evocative sonic landscapes that blend warm acoustic tones (harp, piano, flute, percussion) with electronic instrumentation. The project, in its current manifestation is spearheaded by Ross Lipton (pianist) and Shaina Kapeluck (vocalist) with an ever-changing cast of closely-linked musicians. From its earliest stages, the ensemble’s main focus has been to explore the gray area between the open-ended narratives of modern art music with the emotional directness and intimacy of experimental songwriters such as Nico and Bjork. After releasing a record several years ago and being involved with a variety of stage/dance pieces. Tadzio often collaborates with musicians from a variety of musical backgrounds, which includes both acoustic timbres (clarinet, strings, baritone sax, harp, flute and piano) with the caterwaul of analogue synthesizers and vintage organs. These collaborations have imbued Tadzio’s recent releases (including 2018’s The Complaint) with an uneasy lushness that recalls both the soaring verticality of a symphony hall and the distorted hum of a basement noise show.

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