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Runtime: 46'59''

«d'incise, our usual suspect when it comes to freejazz, teamed up with Marcel Chagrin (guitar, bass drum) and the Heu{s-k}ach project was born. This is ultimately a live only project, so all the recordings you'll find here were taken from live gigs. And believe me, you can never be so minimal as this. Effects and guitar effects. Nothing more.

'Un' marks a new direction for d'incise's musical projects. Freejazz as the starting point but with total experimentation as the language underneath. You can never have too many layers of sound, I guess. Absolutely awesome if you're into experimental freejazz and beyond.

More info about the project here.» - Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Un ............................................................................................ pt us
  [8'48'' • 20,6Mb • 320Kbps]
02 • Deux ........................................................................................ pt us
  [12'41'' • 29,5Mb • 320Kbps]
03 • Trois ........................................................................................ pt us
  [12'38'' • 29,4Mb • 320Kbps]
04 • Quatre ..................................................................................... pt us
[12'52'' • 29,9Mb • 320Kbps]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 3,26Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 111,0Mb]

Reviews:

«I thought writing about techno was difficult, try writing about live, improvisational electronic/acoustic music. Man-oh-manischewitz. Heu{s-k}ach‘s Un is four live performances by this duo of d’incise and Marcel Chagrin. In the liner notes, Pedro Leitão writes:
Freejazz as the starting point but with total experimentation as the language underneath. You can never have too many layers of sound, I guess. Absolutely awesome if you’re into experimental freejazz and beyond.

Agreed, love the layers of guitar and bass drum along with all the weird shit d’incise is doing. At times this their performance is sparse and silent, then loud, disparate and filled with noise. This is not for the feint of heart. Un requires a the listener to free themselves from any conception of what music is, let d’incise and Chagrin guide you through their inceptions.»
- Disruptive Platypus / September 22, 2010

«The album starts with sounds of crushing objects, cymbals and tones of an electric guitar. "Deux" is more quiet and the drony guitar sounds are supported by electronic sounds and bells or something like Tibitan singing bowls. The stringsounds roll closely with the ongoing sounds of these instruments. "Trois" builds up very slowly and the alternation of warm bellsounds and harsh electronics fits really well and moves into a restless noisy end. The last track "Quatre" ends also with a great diversity of sounds and atmospheres created by for example slide guitar, high bell tones. "Un" is the first CD of this new project of the free-minded d'incise. I like the calm atmosphere which he created with Marcel Chargin and the exploration of the most intense combination of soundwaves and rhythms.»
- JKH/Vital Weekly / August 2010


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