Skitter & Ela Orleans – The Strongest Walls Open As I Pass (La Station Radar, 2010)


Skitter & Ela Orleans
The Strongest Walls Open as I Pass

CDr3′ la Station Radar fake tape serie #18 (France, 2010)

01. Untitled i
02. Untitled ii
03. Untitled iii

Here is the second collaboration between Liam Stefani alias Skitter (Glasgow) and Ela Orleans (New-York). Liam Stefani constructed pieces – beautifull noise and sound collage – on the confluence and marriage of sounds from violin of Ela. A crossing between Pita et Tony Conrad. (La Station Radar)

FR Courte collaboration qu’on imagine nocturne et ferrugineuse (mais je peux me tromper, de nos jours on n’est plus sûr de rien). Si vous n’aimez pas ce EP, je tiens à préciser que l’album Lost d’Ela Orleans est très différent et bien meilleur. Et si vous appréciez ce EP, sachez que l’album Lost d’Ela Orleans est assez différent mais tout aussi bon (voire meilleur). Dans tous les cas, La Station Radar est un très chouette label.
ENG If you don’t like this short collaboration, Ela Orleans’ Lost LP is quite different and much better. And if you enjoy this short collaboration, Ela Orleans’ Lost LP is quite different but just as good (maybe even better). And La Station Radar is a damn fine label.

http://www.lastationradar.com
http://www.myspace.com/liamstefani
elaorleans.wordpress.com
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ElaOrleans

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4 commentaires pour Skitter & Ela Orleans – The Strongest Walls Open As I Pass (La Station Radar, 2010)

    • harriet dit :

      do you realize that free download without artist permission is absolutely wrong?

      • docteurorlof dit :

        Yes, I do, and that’s one of the reasons why I didn’t post her excellent Lost LP (sounds so much better on vinyl anyway…).

        95% of the blogosphere is absolutely wrong, but what can you do about about it? I can, or could remove this file (which has been downloaded only 10 times in two and a half months, looks like nobody cares about it and it’s a shame because she’s a very talented musician), it’ll make no difference.

        Anyway, i’m afraid this obscure blog is not the best place to start a crusade… Blogs who post ten brand new releases every day are indeed ‘destroying’ the music industry (especialy the smaller labels), and they don’t care. People who request the new X or the new Y on every blog/forum are wrong (they’re big fans of X or Y, but they would’nt even think about buying a copy of the album). This blog is quiet, confiential and insignificant, that’s the way I like it and that’s the way I want it to stay. I can understand your point, but wrong target, sorry.

  1. anonyMOUSE dit :

    merci bien, beau blog!

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