Wooden Nickel

Emptyset present ash - a new collection of sound experiments developed over the last three years and assembled in Bristol during summer 2023. The work draws on the project's roots in structural percussion and physical sonics, employing spatialised recording techniques and an array of analogue hardware, evoking the transformative and sculptural properties of sound. The release marks a return for the collaborative duo of James Ginzburg and Paul Purgas, following Ginzburg's work within the exploratory performance group Osmium and Purgas' extensive research into the history of India's first electronic music studio. It brings them back to Bristol where the project first began, channeling the echoes of the city's sound system culture and resonant musical continuum, anchoring their sound within it's formative origins
Emptyset present ash - a new collection of sound experiments developed over the last three years and assembled in Bristol during summer 2023. The work draws on the project's roots in structural percussion and physical sonics, employing spatialised recording techniques and an array of analogue hardware, evoking the transformative and sculptural properties of sound. The release marks a return for the collaborative duo of James Ginzburg and Paul Purgas, following Ginzburg's work within the exploratory performance group Osmium and Purgas' extensive research into the history of India's first electronic music studio. It brings them back to Bristol where the project first began, channeling the echoes of the city's sound system culture and resonant musical continuum, anchoring their sound within it's formative origins
5060928190202

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/27/2023
UPC: 5060928190202

Ash (Can)
Artist: Emptyset
Format: Vinyl
New: Not Currently Available
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DISC: 1

1. Flint
2. Flame
3. Ember
4. Cinder
5. Ash
6. Rise

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Emptyset present ash - a new collection of sound experiments developed over the last three years and assembled in Bristol during summer 2023. The work draws on the project's roots in structural percussion and physical sonics, employing spatialised recording techniques and an array of analogue hardware, evoking the transformative and sculptural properties of sound. The release marks a return for the collaborative duo of James Ginzburg and Paul Purgas, following Ginzburg's work within the exploratory performance group Osmium and Purgas' extensive research into the history of India's first electronic music studio. It brings them back to Bristol where the project first began, channeling the echoes of the city's sound system culture and resonant musical continuum, anchoring their sound within it's formative origins
        
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