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    Couverture de l'album Vibrö N°5 - The Plastic People Issue (Album)

    VariousVibrö N°5 - The Plastic People Issue

    Label:Vibrö – N°5
    Format:
    CD, Album, Cardboard Box With Postcards
    Pays:France
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    Genre:Electronic, Non-Music
    Style:Glitch

    Tracklist

    1Dominique Petitgand"Proportions" (Excerpts)7:00
    2Philippe Petitgenêt, François MartigNoise-Ette6:47
    3James BeckettTrophies5:26
    4Frank RothkammCosmological_Constant7:22
    5MatmosX-Ed Out No Drums6:21
    6Erik Minkkinen, Jodi RoseJournal De Bord D’un Petit Caillou6:43
    7Angus CarlyleShitsuren Shimashita4:53
    8Carl Michael Von HausswolffFarang Smiley8:21
    9Jacob KirkegaardFool's Fire7:52
    10Dominique BlaisSans Titre (Lustre)8:01
    11Andrea WilliamsSilo5:13
    12Radio-Continental*Drift Radio Armed Response5:42
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    For this 5th compilation, PLASTIC PEOPLE, we have chosen to illustrate how visual/conceptual artists use sound as a component of a mixed media work or a texture directly worked on with conceptual tools. Depending on the position of the listener, this snapshot can be interpreted as a cliché.
    Artists can occasionally show contempt towards the reactionary concerns of ‘experimental’ or electroacoustic music. In the meantime, listening with a composer’s ear will reveal the banality or ‘déjà entendu’ nature of sound used by a fine artist. Hedonistic pleasure of hearing or Kantian reward of understanding?
    Perhaps the key lies in considering the background and the intent of each
    current in the light of its own history, the ruptures proposed by its avant-gardes, the disjunctions and paradigms of art and music faced with an accelerated hybridisation.

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