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Although living in separate European countries, Akama (electronics) and Duplant (organ, electronics) have forged a strong musical bond on a handful of collaborative releases, often with titles related to nothingness, which, in turn, mirrors the minimal, contemplative drone pieces contained therein. As its own titling suggests, immobilité (“immobility”) extends their musical concerns, and distills them in an extraordinarily rich way. More textural than event-based, these pieces are exquisitely paced to complement their roomy, crackling palette. Starting from two points—Duplant’s minimal score and his own parts—Akama reaches for more synthetic sounds than she has in the past. Duplant has resisted being labeled as a Wandelweiser composer. There is an element here that’s more personal to this duo, even down to the ticking of a clock. immobilité is a purposeful new statement from two artists who enthusiastically acknowledge their musical kinship.

Frans de Waard / Vital Weekly Paul Margee / We Need No Swords Jack Chuter / ATTN:Magazine Guillaume Belhomme / Le Son du Grisli Squidco


released September 9, 2015

Composed by Bruno Duplant

Ryoko Akama - electronics
Bruno Duplant - organ, electronics

Fue Akama - Drawing
Layout by E. Lindorff-Ellery
Printed by Fitzgerald Letterpress



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Notice Recordings Portland, Oregon

Notice Recordings started in Chicago in 2009. Since then, we have relocated to Portland, OR, and New Orleans, LA, and continue to release experimental and contemporary sound works.

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