domingo, 17 de febrero de 2019

NAMU 3 - Live At Exit-Lab - AL068

ref: AL068

Autor: NAMU 3

título: Live At Exit-Lab

Plantilla:

Willem Schulz - cello

Joachim Raffel - percusión, objetos encontrados y voz

Steve Gibbs - guitarra preparada de 8 cuerdas y voz

fecha de publicación:
16 - feb - 2019




Namu 3 es un trío de improvisación formado por tres músicos internacionales y multidisciplinares que trabajan en constante búsqueda. Todos disfrutan de formación académica  de alto nivel que se mueve por los terrenos de la música barroca y renacentista, el jazz más exigente o el clasicismo. Todos ellos decidieron hace años centrar su objetivo en la creación sonora más instantánea y arriesgada, que en forma de trío alcanza una expresión radical y especulativa.

Fusionando su amplia experiencia en la improvisación libre con sus conocimientos en el terreno de la musicología, Namu 3 ha publicado tres álbumes de alto riesgo interpretativo.

El álbum que Alina Records reedita ahora es el registro de un concierto dado en febrero del 2016 en el Exit – Lab de Bruselas. Presenta una frescura y radicalidad performática que parece ser testigo de los momentos más “fluxus” de nuestro reciente pasado. El resultado es de gran extrañeza y mantendrá nuestra atención inquieta en espera de lo que pueda ocurrir, y de lo que pueda sonar…

Esta publicación es fruto de la relación que desde hace unos meses el proyecto Sounding Arts lleva a cabo con la casa Alina Records. Willem Schulz, Joachim Raffel y Steve Gibbs forman uno de los más interesantes tríos de músicas extendidas del continente. Descubrir sus creaciones instantáneas será una sorpresa para todas las orejas inquietas…



NAMU 3  .... info

International trio Namu3 describe their real time creation process as “action painting in sound”, a perpetually evolving landscape integrating a hugely diverse baggage from contemporary classical music through non-Western ritual traditions, Dada and noise metal. Polydisciplinary projects have included collaborations with saxophonist Anna-Lena Schnabel, vocalist Guylaine Cosseron, video artists Jérémy Carpenet and Helmuth Kohn, dancers Milton Paulo and Javier Suarez, or historic mechanical looms and technicians in a 16th century weaving museum. This concert, given before a magical Saint Valentine’s Day audience and recorded live in studio quality by cult sound designer Johan Vandermaelen, shows the breadth, liveliness and tender, zany wit of the trio’s collective creative response in the moment.
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eight sting guitar by Jack Sanders
namu3 is a Sounding Arts Collective member project:
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Gibbs bio:
With a field of activity spanning recitals, research and multidisciplinary creation, Gibbs has developed a radically  ersonalized 8 string concert guitar with embedded captors that enables him to approach lute and keyboard music, contact noise and odd string fractions within a single instrument. Over 40 years of career has performed in Europe, USA and Asia. In addition to Western music, his professional training includes Carnatic and Buddhist chant and Korean shamanist percussion. At present he is preparing to record a new arrangement of J.S.Bach's Complete Lute Works for Japanese label Da Vinci Edition.

Raffel bio:
Following Jazz Piano studies at Amsterdam School of Arts in the 1980s, Joachim Raffel went on to study composition with Bob Brookmeyer and Bill Dobbins at Cologne Highschool of Music. To date he has released 8 CDs as leader, composer, pianist and percussionist and received 3 jazz awards. His output also includes large scale minimal pieces (such as Minimaloption for vocal ensemble, indian harmonium, percussion and dance) and film music (for Franco-German production Daimonion). Over the last 15 years, Joachim Raffel progressively extended his activities into the field of improvised music and noisescape, developing a highly personal use of prepared piano, percussion and found objects.

Schulz bio:
Composer and performance artist Willem Schulz started classical cello at a very young age and has dedicated much of his life and work to seeking out the most diverse and multiple possibilities of this instrument. In the 1960s he came under the influence of Performance and Happening artists of the Fluxus and New Music movements. His many collectives dedicated to research in sound art and improvisation include Ensemble Musica Negativa, NED, Dekadenz, open string quartet, TATUNTAT and EIS / the first improvising string orchestra. His driving interest is the investigation of the limits of musicality and sound, and their interaction with all possible forms of artistic expression and communication.


Live at Exit Lab en La Radio:
https://www.ivoox.com/radio-circulo-undae-radio-programa-n-178-audios-mp3_rf_33773621_1.html?fbclid=IwAR0OWkI51tLREoxefdJe6NxINcGDnByXsdzVqSkIG5miz9YuDFGpI7j7E7E



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