Crystalline Tragedies / The Procession (distant motionless shores)

Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci. Crystalline Tragedies / The Procession (distant motionless shores)

Released by Moving Furniture Records
MFR058LP - LP

Release Dates
Worldwide: Aug 31, 2018


For this collective release, Martijn Comes and Giulio Aldinucci neither worked in the same studio together, nor did they share and exchange materials. The two pieces on this LP were composed privately and without any sonic input of the other. And yet, it is far more than just a 'split'. read more...

Download images

Cover-Artwork
Hi-res jpg

Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci: Crystalline Tragedies / The Procession...

play/pause
skip

 

 

played

loaded

container

volume down
volume bar
volume up
     
 

News

Oops!
No recent news from Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci at the moment.

Shows

Empty!
No shows for Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci at the moment.

All releases by Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci:

Consequence Shadows Consequence Shadows
by Ian Hawgood & Giulio Aldinucci Home Normal
CD/Digital - Mar 02, 2018
Goccia Goccia
by Giulio Aldinucci Home Normal
CD/Digital - Sep 30, 2016
Tarsia Tarsia
by Giulio Aldinucci Nomadic Kids Republic
CD/Digital - Aug 17, 2012

Martijn Comes & Giulio Aldinucci. Crystalline Tragedies / The Procession (distant motionless shores)

Moving Furniture Records - MFR058LP

For this collective release, Martijn Comes and Giulio Aldinucci neither worked in the same studio together, nor did they share and exchange materials. The two pieces on this LP were composed privately and without any sonic input of the other. And yet, it is far more than just a 'split'.

Both pieces were loosely based on a pair of opposites first proposed by Nietzsche: The moral codex of society, as represented by the Christian church. And the realisation that only by surrendering completely to emotion can we live life to the fullest.

Using a single field recording of a procession in rural Tuscany, Aldinucci investigated how sacred rites are capable of defining new soundscapes. Blazing a trail through three distinct sections, Comes's "Crystalline Tragedies", meanwhile, takes strong feelings evoked by certain life passages into a poetic dimension.

Never particularly strict or academic about their inspiration, the same conceptual source lends a strong sense of unity to the music – making it.

Cat.no.: MFR058LP
Format: LP

Tracklisting

1
1. Crystalline Tragedies
2. The Procession

Release Dates:
Aug 31, 2018 (Worldwide)