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Boomkat Product Review:
Mesmerising works for organ and percussion, rooted in early music, and distilled by Canadian composers Clark & Ceccarelli - RIYL Sarah Davachi, XKatedral, FUJI||||||||||TA.
With exquisite grace and patience, Katelyn Clark and Isaiah Ceccarelli smudge the respective sounds of continuo organ and portative organ (organetto) with analogue synth and traces of percussion to create a richly intoxicating timbral residue that begs eyes shut and effortlessly evokes states of deep concentration. Through processes of performance, listening back, and reiteration, they appear to variously slow down traces of early music until it dematerialises into quivering drones of the sort best not experienced while driving heavy machinery.
In their longer pieces, especially the 20 minutes of ‘Five Distances’ the soporific pull quite be quite intense and seduce to the horizontal, and feels as though they are pulling he structures of early music deeply out of focus and manifesting the distance of time between the object and their subject within their strangely sensorial space. Admirers of Yosuke Fujita’s water-built pipe contraptions will surely be attracted by the woozy glow of their vignettes ‘Improvisation on a Quarter’ and ‘Improvisation on a Kyrie Eleison’.