Lunch in Nishinomiya Diane Labrosse, Martin Tétreault, Haco

In Lunch in Nishinomiya, Haco (contact microphones, oscillators, effects) joins forces with two leading Montréal improvisers known for their innovative playing: Diane Labrosse (sampler) and Martin Tétreault (turntable, surfaces, small electronics).

When Labrosse and Tétreault came to Japan in 2003, they found a kindred spirit in Haco. The three recorded an improvised music session at Haco’s studio in Nishinomiya (near Osaka), and later completed the construction and mix through e-mail exchanges between Canada and Japan. This is not Haco the songstress. With exquisite balance, the trio combine a variety of grating, explosive, scraping, vibrating sounds (noises) with precise breathing and dynamism, tension and relaxation.

The result is extremely delicate electroacoustic sound. Eight tracks in all.

Lunch in Nishinomiya

Diane Labrosse, Martin Tétreault, Haco

  • CD
    IMJ 527
    25,00 CAD
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