GILDED BITCH: P Jørgensen Gold Beach

Morten Meldgaard, Christina Capetillo (Fotograf), peter jørgensen (Andet)

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Resumé

GILDED BITCH
p jørgensen's third Low Point is - please brace for the obligatory intro clunk - a new high point. It captures an artist in rapid, thrillingly ambitious transition from their original largely digital, controlled sound into a broader electro-acoustic palette foregrounding 'real' instruments/textures & improvisation. LP's characterisation of the piece as melancholy & intricate is pretty unarguable. The ravishing Capetillo cover captures its refracting beauty perfectly - a kind of rippling deep stasis that leaves these ears frantic to hear where the long arc of Peter's development goes next...Artist/label blurbs: "this album has been a long time coming, as i initially started composing the opening and closing tracks back in late 2010 while touring the uk. this vinyl release features beautiful contributions from christoph berg on strings, jeppe skjold on reeds & anders provis on drums & cymbals. cover photography by acclaimed photographer christina capetillo. linernotes & coverdesign by architect & director morten meldgaard. mastered for vinyl by taylor deupree.""Gold Beach was painstakingly recorded, processed and assembled over the course of the last four years. Unlike Jørgensen's previous works, electro-acoustic compositions subject to heavy computer processing, the most notable departure on Gold Beach is the prominent use of unprocessed acoustic instruments, including double bass, violin, clarinet and saxophone. The framework to Gold Beach was created by Jørgensen and his group of musicians carrying out a series of both structured and improvised sessions, which were then subject to additional recording, editing and further composition. Whilst some sessions stand more or less untouched from their first takes, others were subject to heavy editing, though the feeling of instant composition is maintained throughout."
OriginalsprogDansk
Publikationsdato5 jun. 2014
Udgivelses stedNottingham
UdgiverLow Point
Udgave1
Antal sider2
StatusUdgivet - 5 jun. 2014

Emneord

  • ambience
  • ambient

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Ja

Citer dette

Meldgaard, M., Capetillo, C., & jørgensen, P. (2014, jun 5). GILDED BITCH: P Jørgensen Gold Beach. (1 udg.) Nottingham: Low Point.
Meldgaard, Morten ; Capetillo, Christina ; jørgensen, peter. / GILDED BITCH : P Jørgensen Gold Beach. 2014. Nottingham : Low Point. 2 s.
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Meldgaard, M, Capetillo, C & jørgensen, P 2014, GILDED BITCH: P Jørgensen Gold Beach. Low Point, Nottingham.

GILDED BITCH : P Jørgensen Gold Beach. / Meldgaard, Morten; Capetillo, Christina (Fotograf); jørgensen, peter (Andet).

2 s. 1 udg. Nottingham : Low Point. 2014, Pladeudgivelse (LP).

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