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Rapoon - Conduits & Estuaries (2014)

20-06-2014, 12:56
Music | Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Rapoon - Conduits & Estuaries (2014)

Artist: Rapoon
Title Of Album: Conduits & Estuaries
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Anodizesound
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 43:46 min
Total Size: 100 / 229 MB


1.Conduits and Estuaries 43:46

Recorded live during his 2011 performance at Darren Bergstein's One Thousand Pulses concert series in the US, this finds the illustrious Robin Storey, aka Rapoon, building upon a formidable catalog of arch sonic ritualism, feral looping, and ragged, primordial atmospherics. Irruptions, eruptions, and blankets of humid fug surround a truly provocative, alien landscape. With this illustrious recording, Storey's work continues to tread its own idiosyncratic path.

For 30 years now Robin Storey has been releasing music recognised worldwide as innovative and influential. Firstly as a founder member of the groundbreaking and much lauded band Zoviet France and latterly as the solo musician and multimedia artist Rapoon.

From 1979-1992 Storey was a co-founder member of Zoviet France , the period during which the band produced what is widely regarded as their most innovative and creative output. From 1992 to the present day Storey has released a huge back catalogue of recordings and gained an international reputation as an experimental artist/musician in his own right.

Post 1994 Storey concentrated on his musical output and has to date released well over 70+ solo recordings as Rapoon and numerous other collaborations and side projects including Reformed Faction with Mark Spybey and Hank and Slim with Nigel Ayers.

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