DEISON "Substrata"

Italy's Cristiano DEISON enriches the experimental sound and noise art community with his releases and various collaborations (lately with JOHN DUNCAN, GIANLUCA BECUZZI and K.K.NULL) for more than 20 years, but seems to be still undiscovered by too many listeners. "Substrata" collects three extremely crystalline and immersive drone pieces based on prepared tapes, metals, strings, wires and electronics... imagine a forest glade in moon-light with cold white sonic radiations, half-frozen calyx are clanging at each other, liquid metallic forms appear and disappear, hypnotic slow motion pulses suck you into.. "something"... these are incredible strong, deep and complex drone compositions, drones with the spirit of the "Noise Culture" - using "fragmentation, collage, arrangement and layers", as Germano-Chinese philosoph Lutz Schridde puts it. Sounds of elementary transformations, metamorphosis, and overcoming the usual sense of time: "...where sounds are conceived as they are "excavated" from the earth beneath our feet "Terra Firma" (erosion) and then taking to the light (awakening); it describes its interior solid surface ("Prima Materia"), the primitive formless base of all matter similar to chaos, the quintessence or aether." [Cristiano Deison]

ed. of 300 copies pressed on transparent green vinyl, artwork Cristiano Deison, 32. min playtime