Solo Andata, the project of Australian musicians Paul Fiocco and Kane Ikin,
Fyris Swan (Hefty, 2006) to atmospheric vignettes crafted from
field recordings, instruments and computers.
Solo Andata (Desire Path, 2009) was a purely acoustic work in the same
vein, but its highlights were the two lengthy pieces borrowed from
Paul Fiocco's Torsions And Drifts (Meupe, 2009):
Ablation and Woods Flesh Bone.
Ritual (Desire Path, 2010) contains four austere meditations.
Within the elegant architecture of Aggregate
field recordings of a crisp and almost supernatural clarity collide with
a rising cluster of acoustic instruments.
Even more otherworldly is the atmosphere of Carving, a concerto for
haunting shapeless sideral noises that roll into an empty dark space
and disappear as mysteriously as they came.
After the ghostly disintegrating loops of Myrmecia, the
20-minute Incantare begins as a slow panoramic of a soundscape populated
with glitchy crackling noises of various instruments, but the second half
is devoid of dissonance, a sacred silence barely scratched by the vibrations
of a stringed instrument and the pulsation of hand drums, something in between
Klaus Schulze's Irrlicht and
Pink Floyd's Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, and this ends like some kind of aquatic zombie tribal dance.
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