MUSIC RELEASES

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2019

the2vvo's composition featured in ​"Your Hair Turned Silver, Yet There's A Long Way To Go" release.

KlammKlang's release takes the traditional form of sound collage assembled by Lisa Smirnova – a Moscow-based artist locally famous for mind-bending DJ sets, who finally breaks out of the comfort zone and makes her debut as a producer. The result is a hybrid album/mixtape blending together 28 tracks from the label's back catalogue – all sliced, cut into pieces and set back together to reflect Klammklang's current zeitgeist.

Featuring music by (in alphabetical order) Art Crime, Aseptic Stir, Auguste Vickunaite & Hugo Esquinca, Averrge, Bugaev, Foresteppe, Galina Ozeran, KP Transmission, Mårble, Margenrot, Nikita Bondarev, Nikita Oleinik, the2vvo, Vlad Dobrovolski & Zurkas Tepla.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2019

11 Sculptural Abjects

 

Music for the "11 Sculptural Abjects" was recorded between Jan - Nov 2018, and eventually collaged into 11 sonic sketches that intentionally follow a certain loose narrative. It is an interplay of improvisation, chance, and distinct objectives.

The sculptures for the pieces were created out of the found objects and abjected body materials with a clear understanding of their soon adjournment past the point of documentation. Click on the individual tracks to see more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2016

 

OUR GOLDEN AGE IS NOW. Compilation

Klammklang.

 

 

 

 

 

2019

Postlude.
Published in Offramp, academic journal at Southern California Institute of Architecture.

Postlude is constructed primarily out of the recordings documenting the demolition of several architectural models and minimal electronic soundscape accompaniment. The models were provided by the 2019 graduate students from SCI-Arc. To orchestrate the destruction of mini-structures a modified metal bending machine was used.

https://offramp.sciarc.edu/articles/postlude

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017

ARCHCODE ALMATY

exhibited as part of ArchCODE POP-UP
MUSEUM.

 

The album is a sound companion for the architectural exhibition of the same name. Archcode aims to create an archive of important structural sites of Almaty that have been lost or forgotten. The project's goal is to compile the architectural DNA of the city. As a work of music, it is an impressionist sound collage juxtaposed to the description of the city by the narrator from the archival Soviet era documentary.

 

 

 

 

 

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Shalash/ ШАЛАШ. Compilation

 

 

 

 

 

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SCINTILLA

Aetherial records

 

 

 

 

 

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