Stamp and Deliver (live at Post-X)

  • Jellyfishes (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Synesthesia 2 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Hirsilä (Reflection) - Music For Installations
  • Fractal 10 (partial) - Music For Installations
  • Melancholia (partial) - Music For Installations
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Released on Littl’ AntennA

Released by ​Littl’AntennA Rec​ordings and distributed by Belgian NeuMusik.

This album is the result from a live-set performed at Post-X in Gent. The recording seemed to hold a good quality which made it possible to present this in a beautiful release. The treatment of the audio was a little corrected to adjust to the roomtone and resonance in the building. Fun part, unfortunately not possible to present on an audio album, where the resonating walls and ceiling at certain lower frequencies.

Littl’ AntennA sits in the slipstream of the Antenna Festival, which aims to a rather eclectic electronic oriented artistry. Belgian NeuMusik is a spin-off from the ever evolving and very supportive WOOL-E Discs label.

With the very important help by Dimitri from WOOL-E Discs, the Littl’ Antenna team and Alain Kinet.

The album is placed in the sublabel Littl’AntennA Rec​ordings as number 5.

Visuals by Niek Cornil

Niek Cornil was present to add live video during the performance. Niek reads perfectly what is happening on stage and translate this into strong video-artwork.

Some extracts are online on our YouTube Channel: music4installations.

Niek and Mfi form a strong duo on stage, bringing the music to life on different locations and occasions, grabbing the audience. The album consists of new tracks, specially created for this event, and of remixes of soundscapes from the Haukijärvi project. This album makes a fine addition for drone lovers and darker ambient friends.

(picture courtesy Patsker Omaer Beguin)

Inspiration

(picture courtesy Patsker Omaer Beguin)

It’s an interesting stroll through the Music For Installations catalogue with some extra flavours. There are quite some field recordings present, mostly from our own source.

However, it is also important to stress out the interesting world of FREESOUND with it’s everlasting source of material of sound lovers. These sounds are not always rawly used, but can be processed into some new material. Full credits follow:

Luftrum: 48411__luftrum__forestsurroundings
HerbertBoland: 33207__herbertboland__dryleaveswalk
Corsica_S: 196359__corsica-s__clark-s-nutcrackers-02
Pooleside: 82028__pooleside__bob-ulrich-trees-creaking