Frozen Light presents new mini-album by post-industrial jesters Homo Durus, who experiment on pure forms of improvisation. Their new work called "all-Russian census of hydrogen" was designed as a collaborative effort with piano noiseacoustic project "Life with an Idiot» (pushkinstyle1799.narod.ru/idiot.html). Both projects have retreated from their traditional themes (turtles, cheese and herring) and spread out on a search for the limits of music perception as an art form and the air rending. Grand Total - all sad and funny at the same time. Material is traditionally based on one-day live improvised recordings using electronic equipment, piano and voices. The new album was recorded in one evening, like the previous one, but if the group explored the principles of analog synthesis and ironic allusions to the music at that time, now the principle of sampling and grotesque in electronic and acoustic music are the main objects of experiments.
We recommend this work for all who love the humor in experimental music!
Physical version was released as packaged in a sealed envelope CDr with full-color A5 cover. 30 copies.
released November 12, 2014
Serafim Dits, Zako Pupunen, Sergei Geichenko and Alexander Barkov.
Art by Astya S.