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Kate Rissiek // Decayed Signals LP

Kate Rissiek // Decayed Signals LP

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カナダ・バンクーバーのノイズ作家Kate Rissiek aka Rusalkaが、2022年12月にアメリカ・ウィスコンシンの実験レーベルVirtuesからリリースしたレコードです。

フィードバック・ノイズドローン2曲を収録。

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Virtues:

"For years, Kate Rissiek has been cultivating her sound with strict focus, making her project Rusalka a veritable household name. For her new LP on Virtues entitled Decayed Signals, she sheds the Rusalka moniker, starting fresh, yet sacrificing none of the project’s intensity and strength.

Decayed Signals explores damaged and broken frequencies through Theremin and tape delay. The compositions build and surge with a unique heaviness.
Inspired by the Fermi paradox, the difficulty of communication between species and beyond, the album transmits waves into the unknown. Sounds of the past and present collide. Are the vibrations dying or dead? Are we hearing a feedback loop being sucked into a vacuum in space, returning to nothing? There is a feeling of listening to a cosmic void, putting something out there and having it echo back in cold indifference."

Artist : Kate Rissiek

Label : Virtues

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カナダ・バンクーバーのノイズ作家Kate Rissiek aka Rusalkaが、2022年12月にアメリカ・ウィスコンシンの実験レーベルVirtuesからリリースしたレコードです。

フィードバック・ノイズドローン2曲を収録。

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Virtues:

"For years, Kate Rissiek has been cultivating her sound with strict focus, making her project Rusalka a veritable household name. For her new LP on Virtues entitled Decayed Signals, she sheds the Rusalka moniker, starting fresh, yet sacrificing none of the project’s intensity and strength.

Decayed Signals explores damaged and broken frequencies through Theremin and tape delay. The compositions build and surge with a unique heaviness.
Inspired by the Fermi paradox, the difficulty of communication between species and beyond, the album transmits waves into the unknown. Sounds of the past and present collide. Are the vibrations dying or dead? Are we hearing a feedback loop being sucked into a vacuum in space, returning to nothing? There is a feeling of listening to a cosmic void, putting something out there and having it echo back in cold indifference."

Artist : Kate Rissiek

Label : Virtues