Move D | Tonspuren 1-10

8,70

Sound and reality: live impressions of a musician’s world. As work-in-progress a collection of sonic notes forms ten distinctive soundtracks (“Tonspuren”). The raw ingredients are more or less everyday recordings, snapshots like street noises in heidelberg, backgrounds of a journey, just sounds on tour.

223 in stock

SKU: BINE CD14 Categories: ,

Description

Sound and reality: live impressions of a musician’s world. As work-in-progress a collection of sonic notes forms ten distinctive soundtracks (“Tonspuren”). The raw ingredients are more or less everyday recordings, snapshots like street noises in heidelberg, backgrounds of a journey, just sounds on tour. One after another, David Moufang edits these tracks, each time based on another technical and musical principle to create a realtime soundtrack on stage with the help of laptop and instrument(s), and the audience witnesses the development of single sonic images and their whereabouts within those soundtracks.

The 2nd sonic arts festival in Erlangen, hosted on feb 7th-9th 2003, aims for a high number of premieres, putting an emphasis on concepts that are created live in front of their audience. A playground for performances is the markgrafen theatre of erlangen with its artistic focus on the topic “sound and reality”.

Following his succesful collaboration with Benjamin Brunn in 2006, their album was followed by the live album “10/11 – Live At Johanneskirche” on BineMusic. In cooperation with radio bavaria, “Tonspuren 1-10” is scheduled for release in october 2007 in a limited first run of 500 copies. For 2008, there are plans for an exclusive vinyl release of Move D and Bedouin Ascent as well as possible future collaborations with Benjamin Brunn.

Release Date // October 23, 2007
Format // Digital Album // CD
Catalog Nr // BINE CD14
EAN // 880319277719

1 review for Move D | Tonspuren 1-10

  1. Avatar

    Vital Weekly (NL)

    It seems like yesterday that we reviewed the ’10/11 Live At Johanneskirche’ by Move D, a.k.a. David Moufang. But it was in Vital Weekly 580… Bine Music unearths another Moufang work from the archive here: a recording of Move D at the second Sonic Arts festival in Erlangen, early 2003, where the guiding theme was ‘Sound and Reality’. Moufang uses field recordings, ten different ones, which he sets to music, using his laptop and real instruments, such guitar, pedal steel and slit drum. The field recordings bit is of course about ‘reality’, and Moufang knows his rain and train sounds, which he sets to his music. And that didn’t change much: deep space synthesizers, jazzy keyboard lines, a jumpy rhythm and an acid style bass line. As such there is not much difference between this release and the previous one on Bine Music by him, save of course for the addition of field recordings. It’s nice flowing and floating ambient music, armchair techno, traveling music for ipods (be sure to use a good high resolution convertor) and it’s actually quite alright. (FdW)

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.