crossing tierrehueca [alm 55]

by tzesne

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about

tzesne is a basque sound artist who perfectly combines field recordings and eletronic processings. his previous works were released by drone records, mystery sea or his own imprint series negras. "crossing TierreHueca" is a collection of four short tracks, maybe more on an ambient side than some of his other works...


Review:
Vital Weekly 673
Three new releases on Taalem, the sub division that specializes in 3"CDRs. Up to release 55-57 here, starting off with four pieces by Tzesne from the Basque country. Four shorter pieces at work here, in which he blends together field recordings and electronics. In some of his previous works this has resulted in some more noise based ambience, but these four new pieces are all quite quiet on the ambient side, with only 'Swarm' being a bit louder. Quite nice this new material. (FdW)

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released January 31, 2009

artwork: cyril herry

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