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C. Blumberg

Music For E.D.L

Label: EDL

Format: TAPE

Genre: Electronic

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Droning (sub-)bass tones and noises, reminiscent to early electronic music (and it's modernist agenda) meet slightly detuned soundscapes, which seem to be taken from an old, pitched-down rave-track.  Recorded live & arranged to a 11-minute piece for this release, 'Music for E.D.L.' was originally made as a soundtrack for a video work by Siska, a visual artist operating from Berlin and Beirut. E.D.L. is an visual essay on Lebanon's 'National Electricity Building', built in the 1930's by Pierre Neema. The film is a homage to a once modernist project linked to the very construction of Lebanon's modern state. It was screened on several exhibitions (f.e. at centre 104 (Paris), I.C.S.P. (New York City), Mosaic Rooms (London) & Ashkal Alwan (Beirut) and within film festivals, such as the 'Rencontres International' (Berlin, Paris, Madrid) or 'Rotterdam Film Festival'.

Details
Cat. number: CB01MC
Year: 2015
Notes:

edition of 75

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