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Wat Dong Moon Lek

by Carl Stone

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Lars Gotrich Carl Stone's plunderphonic pleasure, which somehow escaped my ears until not long ago, gives me the most bizarre and unexpected joys www.vikingschoice.org/archive/94-good-things-from-365-days-of-2022/ Favorite track: Rikido.
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Alex Tripp Carl Stone can strip away all semantic and causal sense from the source material in his plunderphonic mélange, until all that's left is the pure pleasure. On this one, he's incorporating some tiny grain lengths, generating some noisy textures and warped resonance, flipping the samples like they're kitchen sponges and he's activating the abrasive side. He finds a familiar exuberance and weirds it into some amazing new heights here, it's incredible. Favorite track: Rikido.
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wejazzrecords Everything Carl Stone does deserves a listen. The same goes for everything on Unseen Worlds. Another strong artistic statement from both. Essential!
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1.
Rikido 06:36
2.
Longo 08:28
3.
Korzo 04:20
4.
Mozell's 04:35
5.
6.
Apsara 04:18
7.
Jangara 03:30

about

Carl Stone continues his late career prolific renaissance with a new album of sculpted, tuneful MAX/MSP fantasias. Stone “plays” his source material the way Terry Riley’s In C “plays” an ensemble – with a loose, freewheeling charm connected to the ancient human impulse to make sound, melody, and rhythm from anything. Stone’s unique technique simultaneously focuses and sprays sound like a symphony of uncapped fire hydrants. Is this techno, avant-garde, sound art? It’s simply (or rather fantastically messily) Carl Stone.

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released May 20, 2022

All music composed and performed using the programming language MAX
Rikido Longo Apsara recorded at Radio Free Nakano Tokyo
Korozo performed live Berlin Kiezsalon June 26 2019
Wat Dong Moon Lek recorded at Civitella Ranieri Pizza Studio
Mozells and Jangara recorded at PLB Studios Los Angeles
Mastered by Stephan Mathieu, Vinyl cut by Lupo
Thank you to Michael Rosen/Digital in Berlin, Tim Page and Frances-Marie Uitti
Released as UW042 [CD/LP/digital] © 2022 Unseen Worlds ℗ Electro-Acoustic Music (ASCAP)

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Carl Stone Tokyo, Japan

Carl Stone is one of the pioneers of live computer music, and has been hailed by the Village Voice as “the king of sampling.” and “one of the best composers living in (the USA) today.” He has used computers in live performance since 1986. Stone was born in Los Angeles and now divides his time between Los Angeles and Japan. ... more

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  • Feb 25
    Tokyo, Japan

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