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UBEBOET - Archival

Format: LP
Label & Cat.Number: Moving Furniture Records MFR009
Release Year: 2010
Note: advanced organic drone-spherics from this Spanish project, so visionary & emotional; first LP-release on MOVING FURNITURE, lim. 200; highly recommended for "transcendental drone" lovers !!
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"Ubeboet is the musical project of Miguel A. Tolosa from Madrid, Spain. On Archival, his first vinyl release, he knows to combine elements from drone-music, musique-concrete and popol vuh-esque krautrock, creating his own style of minimal music. The result is one of intense beauty.
The album is mastered by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering in Berlin (GER) and pressed at Record Industry in Haarlem (NL)." [label info]

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"At first I thought Moving Furniture Records changed their presentation for their CDR releases, but it turns out they switched format, for the first time, but submitted a CDR for review. A brave decision to go to LP, which I hope pays for them, in the form of a limited LP release, 200 copies of M.A. Tolosa's Ubeboet project. Tolosa, also known as the man behind the Con-V label and a lover of all things field recordings and electronics. Three from his archive (I assume at least). I can't read the titles on the cover, but the long piece on side is mostly a dark affair, in which it is hard to recognize any sort of field recording, but things are quite dark and very drone based. Maybe some heavily processed wind and rain sounds at work here? A highly minimal piece of music that uses the longitude to fully unfold itself. On side B we find two pieces. The first seems to me a musical piece, or a piece that uses some musical instruments, maybe guitars and voices? Moving Furniture refers to
the influence of Popol Vuh and it might be that they had this track in mind when thinking of that reference. The ghostly, whispering, layered voices move weightlessly through space. Rain is what we recognize in the third piece, again embedded in some choir of heavenly voices. Here too things are relatively more musical than on your average release with field recordings, and that's great, since it sets Ubeboet apart from his peers, and he does something really beautiful on this release." [FdW / Vital Weekly]