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Mutant Goat - Yonder Album

  • Performer: Mutant Goat
  • Title: Yonder
  • Size MP3 ver: 2098 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1819 mb
  • Country: Poland
  • Date of release: 16 Feb 2016
  • # Catalog: NaNa CD 008
  • Label: Nasze Nagrania
  • Rating: 4.0 of 5
  • Genre: Folk & Country
Mutant Goat - Yonder Album

Tracklist

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Credits

  • Co-producerMutant Goat
  • Instruments [Big Stick]Andrew Dixon
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By, Co-producerSuavas Lewy
  • VoiceOla Kozioł

Notes

[ENG]
It was a chance meeting between Ola Kozioł (Łódź, Poland) and Andrew Dixon (London, UK) that brought two elements together, the 'white voice' singing typical of Central and Eastern Europe folk-music culture, and the drones and overtones produced by a single-stringed instrument. The result is Mutant Goat. Everything on this CD is improvised, albeit subject to slight editing. Even the sound sources are improvised – Ola's voice screamsinging is a development from white voice singing, the Big Stick is a self-designed and self-made electric monolin. Both are probably unique. While there is a wealth of musical and sound history behind each of the duo and comparisons can be made, there is no direct conscious influence. In performance, there is an element of unpredictability present – for the performers as much as the audience – perhaps reminiscent of Dada performances. And just as Dada was a movement that grew from the abhorrence of the carnage of the First World War, so Mutant Goat draw on the ur-sound of the impending post-human world. For in these pieces, there are no more humans, no traces of human history. And this is our current crisis.
The CD is called Yonder. Yonder speaks of what can be seen ahead in time and space. The listener is thrust into a landscape that is unfamiliar and unwelcoming. Yet it has its beauty. No-one is here. No-one is over there. To gaze across the barrenness is to know that there is no human life to be found and maybe nothing else, either. We now live in a self-produced pre-apocalyptic moment - what Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway term the Penumbra Period - of knowing our time is done because we did nothing to save ourselves. Less ur-sound than were-sound.
Listen with eyes tight shut.

[POL}
Ola Kozioł (Łódź, Polska) i Andrew Dixon (Londyn, UK) spotkali się przypadkowo.
To przypadkowe spotkanie połączyło dwa elementy: "biały głos" czyli śpiew typowy dla muzycznej kultury folkowej Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej oraz buczenie i nad-pod-dźwięki produkowane przez instrument jednostrunowy.
Rezultatem jest Mutant Goat.
Wszystko na tej płycie jest improwizowane, choć zostało poddane delikatnej edycji. Nawet źródła dźwięku są improwizowane - głos Oli „śpiewokrzyk” jest rozwinięciem białego śpiewu, a Big Stick, instrument na którym gra Andrew, jest samodzielnie przez niego zaprojektowanym, elektrycznym monostrunowcem.
I jedno i drugie jest prawdopodobnie wyjątkowe. Mimo, że istnieje dźwiękowe i muzyczne dziedzictwo w odniesieniu do każdego z elementów duetu i możliwe są wszelakie porównania, to przynajmniej na poziomie świadomości, nie miała miejsca żadna bezpośrednia inspiracja.
Element nieprzewidywalności jest udziałem zarówno wykonawców jak i publiczności Mutant Goat, co może nieco przypominać spektakle Dada. I tak jak ruch Dada wzrastał w odrazie do rzeźni I wojny światowej, tak Mutant Goat nawiązuje do idei pradźwięku zbliżającego się, post-ludzkiego świata. Przesilenia naszego teraz.
Płyta nosi tytuł Yonder [Tam]. Yonder opowiada o tym, co można zobaczyć w przyszłym czasie i przyszłej przestrzeni. Słuchający staje się częścią krajobrazu, który jest nieoswojony i nieprzyjazny. Jakkolwiek przesycony swoistym pięknem. Nie ma tu nikogo. Nie ma tam nikogo. Wpatrywanie się w jałowość krajobrazu oznacza wiedzę, że nie ma tam ludzkiego życia, albo może nawet nie ma tam niczego. Żyjemy teraz w momencie pre-apokaliptycznym, który sami stworzyliśmy, momencie, który Naomi Oreskes i Erik Conway nazwali Okresem Penumbra [Półcienia] – momencie wiedzy, że nasz czas się skończył, ponieważ nie zrobiliśmy nic, żeby siebie uratować.
Być może zatem jest mniej pradźwięk a bardziej byłydźwięk.
Słuchaj z odwróconym wzrokiem.

Album

Yonder by Mutant Goat, released 16 February 2016 1. 4 artystaartist : Mutant Goat album : Yonder limitowana edycja 200 szt. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 9 EUR or more. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2016 Handmade digipack CD от Yonder на is the second studio album by Venezuelan electronic music producer Arca. It was released on 20 November 2015 via Mute. Mutant received widespread acclaim from contemporary music critics. Mutant Goat - Grave Noise. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Mutant Goat. Mutant Goat Ola KozioŁ - voice Andrew Dixon - big stickfx Nagranie wideo zrealizowano w dniu w kamiennym kręgu Nine Ladies, zlokalizowanym w. Trasa promowała płytę Yonder The video recording was made on March 8, 2016 in the Nine Ladies stone circle, located in Stanton Moor DE4 2LS, United Kingdom. The tour promoted the album Yonder. The goat, which appeared to possess human eyes and mouth, was born in Nimodia village on the outskirts of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Owner Mukeshji Prajapap posted a video of the goat online. Owner Mukeshji Prajapap posted a short video of the black goat with a strange face inside his hut earlier this week. Young animal, which has human-like eyes and mouth, was born a few days ago in Nimodia village on the outskirts of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Owner Mukeshi Prajapap posted a video of the animal on social media, which appears to have a facial deformity. The goat is seen stumbling around the room and wagging its short tail in the video. Over Yonder Designs. Local service. Pages liked by this Page. Tinsel and Treasures Craft Show. The new page of Southern Fire Band. Recent post by Page. Yonder Goat. 25 February at 13:09. A mutant goat is being worshiped like a god after being born with an eerie-looking human face, say reports. Images and clips of the oddball beast have quickly gone viral after they were posted on social media in Rajasthan, India. At first, the oddball animal left villagers in Nimodia baffled as its freakish facial structure makes it look just like a grumpy old man. However, they now reportedly say the unfortunate-looking creature will be worshiped as an avatar of god. Owner Mukeshji Prajapap, from Nimodia, first unveiled his flat-faced goat on film showing it wagging its tail and stumbling a. Wanted to make sure I won't be the only one having nightmares. Just another mutant goat from India. Mutant album. Just better. Mutant received widespread critical acclaim from contemporary music critics. Mark Richardson of Pitchfork Media gave the album a very positive review, stating, Compared to Xen, Mutant feels less composed and less indebted to classical music. With many tracks on the former album you could squint a little bit and imagine them being performed by a daring new music ensemble, à la Aphe


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