refined localities part one [alm 16]

by edward ruchalski

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Edward Ruchalski is an American soundartist who had some releases on Humbug before and also contributed to some Phonography.org compilations, together with people like Toy Bizarre, Eric La Casa or MNortham.

"Refined Localities Part One" is a 20min long track using field recordings and samples of string and percussion motor instruments Edward builds himself. You could compare this piece to some tracks of his previous CDR "Moveable Sites", maybe more focused on the droney side, like "a densely layered cake of droning sounds, carefully layered upon each other" as Frans de Waard wrote about "Moveable Sites" in Vital Weekly...

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released March 15, 2004

original artwork: cyril herry
new artwork (december 2005): cyril herry

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