April 14&16, 2016, Kyushu district was attacked by huge earthquakes.
We hope that this album gives “consolation” for the people who suffered.
“This work tells about the transition of a beloved person, one night in a hospital.
With no dramatic or compassionate intention, I created “La Noche” to amplify our separation and our unitive annihilation, like a song whispered in the ear of the one who goes away, and the one who stays. An ode to everything we experience by this loss, and everything that we know stays behind forever once the body of the beloved one is gone.
This song should be heard at night, in absolute darkness and through headphones, so that one can, after initial resistance, “obey” and follow the sound. It intends to act as the nail that pierced the veil of mourning, showing the fullness of the non-place, of all that was lost.
You are not forced to follow my narrative proposal, but…
The first two tracks oppose “Siamese Twins” separated sound extremes and sonic subjectivities. Mine: the aseptic silence in the hospital room, which is also an imminent “final”. Hers: the sound of the relentless progression of septic invasion on her body.
This excision reconnects us with a humble gesture, track #3: A Kiss on Our Original Placenta. Finally, when the transition is finished, the window of the next day – letting in the cool air from the Genil river – is open. With some melodic, nostalgic souls flying to heaven, a past tense of platonic flavour. It is the light of the next day on earth. The only material we have.
I recorded and mixed “La Noche” at La Antena Noética Studio (Almería, Spain), during a period of several nights in autumn 2015, using a theremin and a computer. It was mastered by Dal Verme and myself.
It is dedicated to Maria Josefa Megías Cuadros, and to all those who would have this whispered song when the sun goes down”.
The month of April could only be represented by this riddim, which despite being included in the 2009 album “In Dub Vol.2”, continues to inspire soloists and our friend Andrea Real Rock, who has always believed in its strength so much that he printed the Jobba’s interpretation “Stronger Than Them” on vinyl in December of 2015. A new mix of this track opens this fourth round with Riddim To Riddim by I Neurologici.
Following another Ras Moray poetry, from his album “Out Of City” and even this one with a new mix for the occasion.
The third track is shared by two wind instruments: a zampogna by Alessandro Mazziotti, one of the founders of the roman dub collective and a melodica by Shiny D, active for many years as a musician in the ranks of different formations in the roman reggae scene, today at his debut with his own project Seal’d In Vain.
As always the riddim closes the playlist, to be used by anyone who wants to add something of his own
It’s been a long long time since Sektor last appeared on Kahvi. Last heard of, he was living in the mountains of Bulgaria, using a mobile music setup with a laptop to create his details, sentimental works. Now, after several years of silence, and a relocation to Northern Ireland, we can now hear the latest fruits of his efforts.
It’s a proven fact that location has a lot of influence over the music you create (my own music being the case) and Sektor has subtle changes apparent. Not so much the inspiration of silence and being alone, but of towering blocks and concrete, creating a drifting serenity, the wind blowing between the buildings rather than the mountains.
On May 17th C-Doc returns with his brand new album DocSonic! An album that features blocSonic Fam BADLUCK, Cheese N Pot-C, D3Zs, DJ Def Chad, Donnie Ozone, The Honorable Sleaze, Marcus J (The Impossebulls), Tab & Timezone LaFontaine and also finds C-Doc introducing old friends Flatline and Kyle Jason to new blocSonic listeners! blocSonic fans don’t sleep. DocSonic brings back that classic DJ/Producer album format that was made famous by the likes of Marley Marl and Terminator X.
Today we’ve got the first single from that album, TheEnsuranceTrap b/w Underground Press, featuring blocSonic Fam Tab and Timezone LaFontaine! Dope beats & rhymes y’all!
Thanks to C-Doc, Tab and Timezone LaFontaine for delivering that freshness!
Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver the music you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do. Remember… everything we release is cool to share! Always keep the music moving… share it… blog it… podcast it! If you’re in radio… support independent music and broadcast it!
01 – Low Pressure
02 – Il silenzio delle immagini sacre
03 – There’s Life Outside
04 – The Scent of Female Flesh
05 – せんずり
06 – Nello scantinato degli orrori inconsci
07 – Escursione termica
08 – I suoi occhi sono verdi come foglie di ninfea nel più limpido degli specchi d’acqua
09 – La quiete nel mezzo della tempesta
Martinas Rakshtinas returns to Enough Records releases with 5 track tripstep collaboration work between Marrach, Bat Poet and Chtin Mara. Expect raw, dark schizoid off-beats, robotic voodoo, autistic terror, animal instincts, etc.
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