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Jean-Marc Foussat, Georgios Karamanolakis

Substunce Sans Scrupule (LP)

Label: Coherent States, more mars team

Format: LP

Genre: Electronic

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"Substunce Sans Scrupule" is a dream. A hazy dream born in the emptiness between the words of "Igitur ou La folie d'Elbehnon" by Stéphane Mallarmé. A dream that sought Marcel Proust's lost time and constituted the light and the black void between the single frame of Gregory Markopoulos. It is the birth and the destruction of the work of art, primitivism and science.
"Substunce Sans Scrupule" is as much Georgios Karamanolaki's automatic writing on the work of Jean-Marc Foussat as Jean-Marc Foussat's on the work of Georgios Karamanolakis, imagined and recorded in 2017 in Paris and Athens. The ultra vivid dialogue and communication between the artists creates a completely spontaneous work of 43 minutes that constitutes an immersive ritual of shocking sound, illusionary image and complementarity. In "Substunce Sans Scrupule" we witness the union of musique concrète ideas with noise, of field recordings with vocal delays, of electroacoustic music with drone. In "Substunce Sans Scrupule" the faraway splinters of jazz fuse with japanoise, the dreamy with the real, the Magical-Religious with the Scientific.

Cat. number: AAR-004, IRA003, CS-25, mm23, none, RAR 04
Year: 2017
Jean-Marc Foussat / EMS Synthi AKS, EMS Phase Frequency Shifter, Toys, Vocals, Jew's Harps, Bird Calls, Ableton Live, Boss SE50, Xenyx Mix Table Georgios Karamanolakis / EMS Synthi AKS, Roland Space Echo, Vocals, Max Steel Toy Vocoder, Yamaha Vector Synthesizer TG33, Electroharmonix Distortion, Soundcraft Mix Table Recorded and mixed live in Paris,FR - Athens, GR in 2017 Insert image of Earth taken from Lunar Orbiter 1 in 1966. Εdition details: 140g virgin vinyl record with single-colour printed labels housed in single-colour offset printed 300gsm off-white venice paper jackets with 3mm spine. Including double-sided heavy card full size insert. Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies.