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Mendel Kaelen - The Tragedy That Drowned Itself Album

Mendel Kaelen - The Tragedy That Drowned Itself Album
  • Performer: Mendel Kaelen
  • Title: The Tragedy That Drowned Itself
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Cat #: SZ001
  • Label: Sineszi
  • Date of release: 2012
  • Style: Musique Concrète, Experimental, Drone, Ambient
  • FLAC size 1584 mb
  • MP3 size: 1541 mb
  • Record From CD


1The Horse19:57
2The Heart12:29
3The Stream11:30
4The Dream18:18
5The Cloud7:55


Press release:

Sineszi presents their debut release, Mendel Kaelen’s The Tragedy That Drowned Itself. The album began in the summer of 2011 when an old Indian harmonium was found covered in dust in an old basement somewhere in Holland. The wheezing sounds of the forgotten instrument vividly inspired Kaelen and he used no other instrument for The Tragedy That Drowned Itself. Recordings took place over a two-day studio session in Groningen, The Netherlands, and then tracks were composed over the following year with only a minimal repertoire of electronic effects added. Instead of focusing on the usual drones that the instrument produced, the recordings explicitly zoomed in on the cranky wooden panels, the squeaking metal pins, and the airwaves escaping from the dilapidated bellows. Background sounds that would normally be ignored as mechanical inconsistencies are here enlarged and play a prominent role on each track of the album. The Tragedy That Drowned Itself blends together creaking patterns and curious noises, fleeting tones and hypnotic drones. The resulting avant-gardish landscape contains a fragility that characterises Mendel Kaelen’s work and has a wealth of detail for the sensitive ear to discover.


Listen free to Mendel Kaelen The Tragedy That Drowned Itself The Cloud, The Stream and more. 5 tracks 70:16. Mendel Kaelen is a sound and music artist based in the Netherlands. Central are experiments with fieldrecordings, acoustic instruments and electronic manipulation of sound. His work is insp read more. His work is inspired by a deep love for the natural world and read more. The theory originated in an essay written in 1833 by the British economist William Forster Lloyd, who used a hypothetical example of the effects of unregulated grazing on common land also known as a common in Great Britain. Mendel Kaelen. The Tragedy That Drowned Itself 2012. This playlist has no tracks yet. Follow Mendel Kaelen and others on SoundCloud. Released by: Sineszi. Release date: 13 August 2012. In december 2010, dutch composer Mendel Kaelen surprised me with his impressive electro-acoustic music on Remembering What Was Forgotten. His new album his second full-length The Tragedy That Drowned Itself is the debut release of a new UKNL record label called Sineszi, aiming to publish contemporary electro-acoustic music and sound art. And quite a promising start that is This beautifully coloured digipack release also available as a fairly priced digital download only reveals intriguing sounds that are very enigmatic especially since theres no mentioning of their origin in the l. The City That Drowned EP - Velferd. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The City That Drowned EP. Исполнитель: Velferd. 2017 dance. Listen to online Mendel Kaelen - The Tragedy That Drowned Itself, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Mendel Kaelen - The Tragedy That Drowned Itself from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Sineszi catalog number SZ001. This album was released in 2012-08-13 year. Drowned is a song written by Pete Townshend, the guitarist for the Who, for their sixth album, Quadrophenia. Music critic Chris Charlesworth describes Drowned as a tough blues-based rocker. He states that the band loved to play it live since it was less complex than other songs from Quadrophenia. Rolling Stone critic Dave Marsh describes the song as among the most interesting on the album. I wanted to capture feelings of excitement, premonition, and outright horror according to the way I imagine the story of the ill-fated luxury steamship. As such, this is my interpretation of the tragedy that shook the world. By Adam Young. The cover art by James R. Adam, it's security robot called Steve did not commit suicide by falling into a fountain in Washington DC, but due to a tragic accident. After retrieving data from Steve the roboguards black box discovered that the accident was caused not by suicide but by skidding on a loose brick surface , according to the machines manufacturer, Knightscope. A technical error led to the K5 robots. Play all. Never miss another show from Mendel Kaelen. 15Shows

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