Archive for February, 2012

[SCHWEP09] Hay Lane by Two.Seconds.Per.Sonar

“Threshold of Consciousness” video by Two.Seconds.Per.Sonar from PiERRERADUA on Vimeo.

All tracks written, recorded and produced by Jack Fletcher
Additional performers:
Luke Macfadian – cello
John Byford – trumpet
Richard Taylor – Lasborough field recording, pots pans and other kitchen ustensils!
Cover art by Alice Fletcher http://www.alicefletcher.co.uk

“Time and Tide” is based on music originally composed for a short film of the same name, it appears here by the kind permission of Dominic Channing-Williams and Helen Bently. If you wish to watch the original film (and I strongly suggest you do!) it can be found here: http://vimeo.com/26063399

I would like to say a quick thank you to Fred Schwa for putting out this ep and for being so patient in waiting for it. I would also like to thank those that helped me work on it; Alice for her wonderful artwork; Luke, John and Richard for providing me with more sounds to chop up; Dom and Helen for allowing me to use an extract from their short film “time and tide”; Luke Smith, Jamie, Andy, Olie  and Bridge for giving me feedback on all my tracks, your opinions mean a lot!; Thanks to Mum and Dad, this ep was originally written as a christmas present for them, the fond memories of growing up with them in Gorton Cottage, Hay Lane is what inspired all the music on this record : )

Contact: twosecondspersonar@hotmail.co.uk

 

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[SCHWEP08] Tribu by Tepui

Tepui is a band that aims to raise awareness on environment preservation. Tepui’s live performances combine visuals and music, broadcasting environmental messages.

Tepui has been running for 5 years or so. Originally this project was started by Juan Garcia during his stay in Europe. On his return to Venezuela Tepui expanded through various collaborations: Pedro Espinoza, Magnus Garmendia, Christopher Salvatierra, Charles Martinez, Andrew Sequera,Master Diego, Valentina Álvarez graphic design and photography, Laura Prado in photography.

Tepui’s style can be described as a fusion of Downtempo, funk, psychedelic,Bossanova, dub and ambient, among others. It is influenced by bands such as Pink Floyd, Bonobo, DJ Shadow, Boards of Canada, Future Sound of London, Mad Professor, Beastie Boys,and so on. this musical project is also influenced by sounds from the nature, Native American music and other sounds of different ethnicities in the world…

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