Vecchi-Teller are an electro-acoustic improvisational duo. Material gathered here from live sessions 2005-9, now hewed down and re-configured. Live instrumentation of toolbox junk percussion, a purple vibrator, analogue synthesizer and rotten MW radio interference are processed and re-sampled through live dsp scenarios.
The music can be abrasive and visceral, taking musical cues from noise, free jazz and industrial. Tracks are presented non-chronologically, with material recorded at different times collaged and juxstaposed together within individual tracks. Running time: 21 minutes, 5 tracks.
Review from Vital Weekly 714:
"...five blocks of sound, heavily layered, with some strong noise based undercurrent. Sounds crashing into each other, but there is always a deep drone end to the pieces. Its not noise as the textbooks describe, but rather a violent brother of musique concrete..."
released 31 December 2009
All music taken from improvisation by Vecchi-Teller.