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LA CASA, ERIC - Soundtracks

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Herbal International 1502
Release Year: 2015
Note: three high-class soundscapes used as soundtracks: "A Grammar for listening 2" (for a 16mm film by LUKE FOWLER); "A Hemero Phaestos 2" (for a video by CHRISTIAN JACCARD), "Polymeres 2" (for a film by MARIE-CHRISTINE NAVARRO, feat. JEAN-LUC GUIONNET) => probably mainly derived from field recordings, these are intense, sometimes mysterious formations of sound & atmosphere.. highly recommended!!
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Eric La Casa
with Luke Fowler | Christian Jaccard | Jean-Luc Guionnet

1 4 . A grammar for listening 2
From Luke Fowler's 16mm film A grammar for listening part 2, 2009. Distributed by Lux (London)
All sounds recorded in Paris, and Glasgow

5 . A Hemero Phaestos 2
From Christian Jaccard's video A Hemero Phaestos, 2013. Distributed by the artist (Paris)
All sounds recorded in the Foundery Susse, Ivry

6 8 . Polymres 2
From Marie-Christine Navarros drama Ce pays qui s'appelle Tane, 2012. Distributed by Kurbeti (Paris)
With organ recordings (composed and recorded by Jean-Luc Guionnet)

Soundtracks was mixed during October 2014 - January 2015

Special Thanks to : Christian, Jean-Luc, Luke, and Marie-Christine
Thanks to : Cori Shim, Corin Sworm, Hubert Lacroix, The Modern Institute, and Xavier Carrre

Audio CD, 6 panels digipak
40 minutes+
Release date: October 2015

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"Self-explanatory 2015 album of material recorded as soundtracks for films by Luke Fowler, Christian Jaccard and Marie-Christine Navarro, dividing this into three chapters with distinct characters. Frequent collaborator Jean-Luc Guionnet also participates in the latter third with processed organ recordings.

At times utterly alien and disorienting, at others panoramic and naturalistic, but always expertly recorded and edited, Eric La Casa's work here is ultimately threaded by its sharp sense of narration and timing. Best enjoyed with high quality headphones, and a great pick to start with if you're looking for the more composed side of his recent work." [Mechanoise Labs]