Gregory Taylor, Bell Monks – Brocades + Palimpsests [Clang]

They invited Gregory Taylor to commandeer out, and he did, brilliantly transforming each of the one tunes using expressly computer processing techniques on the different supporting stems. Bell Monks wrote a series of 14 elfin, fixed tunes for guitar and Rhodes in leap 2012 to carry on at an art cleft in Milwaukee. On top of the next 10 years, the horde released a series of albums and EPs that return the combination's considerable-ranging tuneful experiences, in thorough their profession with ambient, publish-toss, and electronic and computer music. Bell Monks was formed in 2005 by Jeff Herriott and Eric Sheffield as an escape hatch for a clutch of at lyrical sketches that Jeff had falsification all. After recording the tracks later that year, they invited friends Ben Willis (contrabass) and Matt Sintchak (saxophone) to take part in on top of them. After adding a few more layers to kinsfolk them out, they had a finished album, admitting that it seemed fragmented. darkly atmospheric" (New York Times) and "incredibly flexile, gorgeous, and perishable" (Computer Music Record). From what had grown to more than 100 minutes of concrete, Lars Graugaard from clang helped to cull a range for an album that reflects the zealous and fullness of the initial Bell Monks tracks, while slanting the sonic imprint more to Taylor's re-imagined versions. Craig Zahler. Most particularly, Bell Monks undertook an enthusiastic commitment in 2011, in which they released a 2-railway EP with accompanying video every month. His works, which habitually embrace interaction between c performers and electronic sounds, receive been described as "colorful… Surface of his trade with Bell Monks, Jeff Herriott is a composer whose music focuses on sounds that gently make do and defle at the edges of instinct. His practice working with sensors, microprocessors, and embedded computing, gave a genuine articulation to the anthropomorphized dwelling "Unrestricted" in the introduction Feral Pastures, which was exhibited in Taubman Gallery at the University of Michigan. Eric Sheffield is a musician, maker, and collaborator focused on corporal computing, interactive multimedia, and augmented non-time-honoured instruments. In 2015, Jeff co-composed the herds to the screen Bone Tomahawk, starring Kurt Russell, with kingpin S. His Metal Mirror image, a manoeuvre combining the practices of inaugurate percussion, actuated instruments, and action tracking, has been performed by percussionist Shane Jones at the Percussive Arts Civilization Global Discussion in 2014.

Bell Monks - Brittle Evenings (Original Mix)
Bell Monks - Whirling Halves (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - Beacon E23 (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - Electric Light (Original Mix)
Bell Monks - tremblant feuilles (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - Ether Limning (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - Caress Of Sun (Original Mix)
Bell Monks - Sublimation Residue (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - December Outside, Thursday Inside (Gregory Taylor Remix)
Bell Monks - Witching Hour (Original Mix)