|We decided to base the name on a theory of the research physicist Wolfgang Pauli. We found a correlation in that we both worked with a digital scalpel on fields of microsounds; a science which took both our instruments and processed field recordings a little closer to the chemistry of natural sounds, complete with harmonic DNA sequences and rhythmical fragments quantum-jumping from cell to cell. |
|"Inclusion Principle produce an audacious and intriguing blend of free music with more traditional/familiar jazz-derived forms. Fast-paced, and jam-packed, the music veers from one extreme to another. |
Third Opening is all about technology interfacing with three human beings seamlessly. It is hard to say where this is all edited together, but the performances captured live in the studio are exemplary. Recommended."
Ecarts de sons
|Le duo Ecart de Sons offre un dialogue d’affinités musicales et poétiques de deux personnalités expérimentées dont la vocation est l’expressivité concertée. |
Cette rencontre s’illustre dans la pratique de l’improvisation libre et des musiques intuitives et nouvelles, dont les bases convoquent: des développement jazz ou free, des idiomes imaginaires, des échos de la musique contemporaine et de l’electro-acoustique.
The duo explores an area between jazz and electroacoustic music, taking influences from scandinavian new jazz, ethnic musics from asia, and acoustic ecology… both rooted in the use of technology and in traditional forms, the music has a deep respect for space and silence
Mirror Shards is the project of Joe Formanek, multi-tasking on drums, live processing, electroacoustic techniques and DJing to perform a fluent orchestration of improvisation and composition.
Hervé Perez features on alto saxophone bringing a highly individualised style of jazz melody, extended techniques and contemporary harmonic rhythms in a single honed voice.
The group balances the use of technology and interfaces into the exciting movements of live spontaneous composition. The two strong voices of multidisciplinary artists and powerful improvisers performing with laptops keep alive the performative aspect of playing acoustic instruments
Rob Tarana (batterie), Kim Sears (basse), Tim Crosby (clavier), Hervé Perez (sax alto)
Constantin popp (supercollider/live processing, spatialisation), Hervé Perez (sax soprano)