JNN118 Buben vs Anton Mobin – On the different side of the object

7 12 2010


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Vladislav Buben, well known under the name Buben, is a sound artist and an imminent pioneer of the underground scene in Bielorussia.
The connexion between Buben and Anton Mobin was established by Rinus van Alebeek, a few months ago, when Rinus asks Anton a technical help to digitalize sounds from a tape which be used by Buben to compose the great album released on Clinical Archives : Moral Tranformations (ca377) > http://www.archive.org/details/ca377_bra

After this technical support, Buben naturally asks Anton if he have some sounds to send him to start a new collaboration.
Of course, Anton Mobin had sounds and he is always interested in new connexion and web collaboration. Sharing sounds with Buben was very spontaneous; Anton picked up in his sound bank many different textures, like extracts from Live improvisation, radio fragments, Field recordings and every day life moments.

Then, Vladislav Buben was alone to compose, assembly, edit and mix all the materials. The real and unique composer still being Buben in this release !

Listeners must know that nothing in Creation is a easy thing and to complicate the story, the first version of this collaboration was killed by Buben’s laptop, which its hard disk burned !!

The revenge was terrible ! And it’s not one album, but TWO that Buben realized in a total different aesthetic !!
One influenced “darkbeat” and the second more “experimental”…

Thanks to Just Not Normal and Off/Bruma, the two releases are OUT simultaneously on December 7th, 2010 !
Please visit the both websites, to have a complete vision on the project called:
” On the Different Side of the Objects ”

> http://astrangerparadise.com/offbruma/
> https://justnotnormal.wordpress.com/

Mirror:

01 Ping
02 RTFM
03 Help desk
04 Go brain shop
05 BOFh
06 WRU

JNN118 zipfile including artwork





JNN103 A Maïzing session with … Mystahr, Ian Linter & Anton Mobin

7 09 2010


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A Maïzing session with…

Project: Created in May 2009, “ A Maïzing session with…” is dedicated to live improvised
music and organised at the Maïzing Studio in Paris, by Anton Mobin.
The programmation is established according the meeting and the artist who come in tour
in Paris.
For the first saison (May 2009-May 2010), “ A Maïzing session with…” was 13 radio shows
with 22 european artists.

Date: July 21th, 2010
Artists: Mystahr – Ian Linter – Anton Mobin

For the passage of Mystahr in Paris, Ian Linter and Anton Mobin decide to join their forces
to organize several sonic events to celebrate this occasion.
Each artists are in contact on the web since a long time, but never have the opportunity to
meet together.
That’s done on July 21th, 2010 at the Maïzing Studio in Paris, where these three friends
set up their complete gear to a special two hours radio show !

The Maïzing session was divided in two different parts:
First, each artist present a solo set around twenty minutes, which is the better solution for
everyone to discover the sound of each other.
Then, all three join for the real Maïzing session of 40 minutes, during this one three sound
universe collapse in a singular one.

After the session, Mystahr and Ian Linter, both owner of a fantastic netlabel, decide to
release the two different parts in an identificable netrelease: Three solos on OFF/BRUMA
and the collective improv’ on Just Not Normal.

JNN103 – A Maïzing session with…
OFFB015 – Three solos

Please, visit the both website which offer you to hear the whole journey !
> https://justnotnormal.wordpress.com/
> http://astrangerparadise.com/offbruma/

mirror:

A maïzing session with … Mystahr, Ian Linter & Anton Mobin
Runtime: 45.07

JNN103 zipfile including artwork





JNN010 – Controlled Dissonance – [sic]

7 09 2008


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[sic], the latest endeavor of soft noise/dark ambient blowhard, Controlled
Dissonance, is an expression of minimalistic composition. Stripping down
to the bare bones, Controlled Dissonance culled the sounds for this
release exclusively from field recordings and found material on
microcassette. These recordings were manipulated with a transcription
device, a handful of effects pedals and a small arsenal of digital
effects. The resulting tracks both belie the humble origin of their
source recordings, and elevate even the commonplace sounds of the world
around us to new realms of ambience.

Mirror:
Tape Track 1
Tape Track 2
Tape Track 3

Controlled Dissonance – [sic] zip-file
All tracks vbr kbs. Run time: 32,10 minutes

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