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gregg kowalsky with jozef van wissem - Movements in Marble and Stone
We’ve long been fans of Gregg Kowalsky’s restrained, meditative drones, and ‘Movements in Marble and Stone’ might just be the finest example of his practices thus far. ‘Electronic Music for Square and Sine Waves’ is a trembling long-form slice of phasing electronic tones, recorded as he moved around a room, changing people’s perception of the sounds as he modulated the sources. While Eleh is likely to be the best known for this kind of monolithic, slow-moving sound, Kowalsky’s take on it is more complex and somehow more rewarding – each subtle change is like a revelation, which is a testament to his skill as a producer. The flipside, ‘For Baroque Lute, Tapes and Resonant Space’ finds Kowalsky treating lutist Jozef Van Wissem’s signature plucks to his ‘tape chants’ process, where he plays tuned synthesizer tones through tape recorders to sit alongside and merge with the lute. The result is disorientating and strangely beautiful – a welding together of sounds that are rarely heard in the same place. Huge recommendation.