Montreal-based composer Roger Tellier-Craig, formerly of
Godspeed You Black Emperor,
Set Fire To Flames and
Fly Pan Am,
launched the project Le Revelateur with the cassette
Motion Flares (Root Strata, 2010) and especially the album
Fictions (Gneiss Things, 2011) that joined the ranks
of the revival of Klaus Schulze-ian cosmic music pioneered by
Oneohtrix Point Never.
The DVD Fictions (Root Strata) and the cassette Visites Possibles And Sightings (2015) document some of the many collaborations with video artist Sabrina Ratte.
He also composed music for choreographer Dana Gingras.
Le Revelateur still released the album
Extreme Events (2014) and the EP Hyper (2016), but then
the composer turned to abstract noisy soundscapes reminiscent of
musique concrete of the 1950s with the two pieces of
Instantanes (Root Strata, 2017):
the 18-minute Truth Mining and especially
the 20-minute Soleil Et Chaleur Dans Le Parc, which mixes field recordings of the sounds of a park in a calmer and more subliminal way.
Etudes (Second Editions, 2020) offered a more original take on that
school with the stormy feverish glitch symphony of Duelle (9:19),
with the dramatic contrasts and gloomy ambience of Nulle Part A Trouver (17:40),
with the cinematic suspense of Jamais D'Un Vouloir (13:25)
and with Ou S'Inscrit Tout Indetermine' (9:45).
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