|Davignon, Matt / "Bwoo"|
|Artist:||Davignon, Matt||Added:||May 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-09-25||Pull Date:||2005-11-27||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Nov 13||Oct 23||Oct 16||Oct 9||Oct 2|
|1.||Oct 10, 2008:||Memory Select |
|4.||Oct 16, 2005:||Coronary Heart Disease |
|2.||Nov 09, 2005:||Eels in the Loo |
|5.||Oct 10, 2005:||Asymtotic Freedom |
|3.||Oct 19, 2005:||Brownian Motion |
|6.||Oct 09, 2005:||Coronary Heart Disease |
Sound experiments using a drum machine as the only source instrument, with all kinds of studio manipulations of the sound. The results often sound like electronics -- abstract blurry beeps. Or, like an army of crickets. Nice progression to many tracks, gradually building to a climax. |
Davignon is a local sound artist who dabbles in these kinds of tape manipulations.
1- Friendly rumble and hum, with light chimes in the background
2- Cavernous. Machine-gun clicks and soft rumbles.
3- Slowly bustling; a crowd of sounds elbowing each other
4- Cavernous clicks, echoing. Slow start, gets tumultuous.
5- Deep electronic tone-clicks, heavy on bass. Slow, eerie.
6- Ghostly noise bursts, almost like electronic owls. Ends noisy.
7- Rhythmic clicking, gives way to blurred insectoid noises and increasingly higher tones
8- Ominous rumble. Abrupt end.
9- Boingy video-game sounds, slow, arranged into kind of a tune. (Becomes an '80s computer-music blur if you play it on fast-forward.) Moves into a one-tone Jew's-harp sound.
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