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Evil Stone Circle

by T-EMP

Improvised electroacoustic music with distinct and creative use of live processing
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. The Greedy Sort
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2. Only Slightly Bent
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3. With Clear Particulation
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4. Very Cross Convolution
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5. Have Free Will Travel
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6. Hand Me the Gun and Ask Me Again
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7. Break Even
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8. Ethics Gradient (Rainin' Roller)
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9. The Minkowski Triangle
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10. Unfortunate Conflict of Evidence
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11. Outside Normal Moral Constraints
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12. Spacelike Surface
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13. The Shape of the Earth
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14. Profit Margin
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
T-EMP (Trondheim Electroacoustic Music Performance) was started as part of the performance explorations around music technology at NTNU, investigating how technology makes us play differently, how it enables new modes of communication within the ensemble, and new creative improvisation methods inspired by the sonic sculpting enabled by custom made audio processing software and instruments. The band started in 2011. Some tracks on this album were made in sessions with Bent Sæther and David Moss. Sæther as a mentor/producer (track 2 and 4 on this album), and Moss as mentor and collaborating musician (mentor on tracks 6 and 8 and musician on 9-13). During the early period of T-EMP, collaborations were also made with Partick McGlynn, Bryan Quigley, John Lato and Michael Duch, although none of those productions ended up on this album. The album was realized with support from Trondheim Kommune and the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. Recorded at the main studio, Department of Music NTNU (2011-2013). Bent Sæter sessions recorded by Claus Sohn Andersen, Andreas Kvinge Sandnes and Geir Døhlie Gjerdsjø. David Moss sessions recorded by Thomas Henriksen. Additional sessions recorded by members of the T-EMP ensemble. Editing by Øyvind Brandtsegg, Bernt Isak Wærstad and Trond Engum . Mixed by Trond Engum. Mastered by Neil Pickles.

Personnel:
Øyvind Brandtsegg, electronics, live processing
Trond Engum, guitar and electronics
Bernt Isak Wærstad, guitar and electronics
Carl Haakon Waadeland, drums and percussion
Tone Åse, vocal and electronics
Ingrid Lode, vocal and electronics (tracks 1-7 and 14)
Arnfinn Killingtveit, electronics and objects (track 8-13)
David Moss, vocal and electronics (track 8-13)

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