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Origamibiro - Cracked Mirrors & Stopped Clocks

 Origamibiro - Cracked Mirrors & Stopped Clocks

(320 kbit MP3, DRM free)
7,00 EUR

Songs

01. Unravelled In Wreathes (2:27)
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02. Noshi (3:39)
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03. Poised From The Bulb (2:37)
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04. Dissect Ephemeral (3:06)
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05. Womb Duvet (4:28)
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06. The Last Of Its Leaves (2:20)
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07. Remnants (5:02)
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08. Gathers In Puddles (3:34)
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09. Vitreous Detachment (4:49)
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10. Cracked Mirrors And Stopped Clocks (4:18)
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11. Unkown In The Walls (4:39)
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12. No More Counterfeit Bliss (5:01)
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Origamibiro is a collaborative project consisting of three core members: musician, soundtrack composer and producer Tom Hill, visual artist and filmmaker The Joy Of Box, and multi-instrumentalist Andy Tytherleigh. Originally started as a solo project for Tom, Origamibiro has since evolved into an audio-visual collective, producing studio music, art objects, interactive installations and hauntingly original live audio-visual performances. Origamibiro like to create work with an array of unorthodox processes and contraptions, found objects, video feeds and multi instrumentalism. Their aim is to create works of texture, lyricism and intensity.

"The fall of a typewriter key, the pluck of a double bass, the ripping of paper - all these tiny, transient moments become the notes with which Origamibiro compose a world around them... And it's an extraordinary world: strangely calming in its slow revealing; startlingly beautiful in its climatic chiming; strong enough to cut through pixelated ennui" - dummy mag

Previous to Origamibiro, Tom Hill had been working with electronica and found-sound sampling through projects such as Wauvenfold and Penfold Plum. Origamibiro's first release, 'Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks' saw a radical return to Tom's classical and electric guitar roots. Performed and produced entirely by Tom, 'Cracked Mirrors' also involved sampling additional atmospheric elements: the creak of his chair, the sound of his breath, the squeak of the wood in his guitar. The result is both intimate and melodic, tangible and atmospheric.


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