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"Mono Fluido' collects two major compositions from Christina Kubisch which, until now, have been unreleased. Extensive liner notes and & photographs detail the origins of the work. Heavy drones and deep emotions run through these newly discovered pieces." In 1980, the deeply fascinating sound artist Christina Kubisch made some professional recordings in an Italian studio for the soundtrack of Fabrizio Plessi's 'Liquid Movie'. She returned to the sounds in '81, mostly field recordings of swinging plastic tubes, windscreen wipers, breathing and so on, at her own studio, arranging them into an acoustic instrumental landscape, using no electronics. The 31 minute piece is essentially a tract of quiet, simple ambient sound, with a subtle appreciation of time and slight, organic tonal fluctuation which defines the best of her distinguished body of work. The beautiful nine minute 'Ocigam Trazom' was created in 1985 and flows gracefully between chirruping bird song, chiming metallic resonance, oscillating sinewaves, strange etheric voices, purring cats and sublimely dissonant modular electronics arranged with intense detail and stunning, spectral effect. (Boomkat)