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Daphne Oram & Walls - Sound Houses (2014) Lossless

5-05-2014, 11:33
Music | Electronic | Techno | FLAC / APE

Daphne Oram & Walls - Sound Houses (2014) Lossless

Artist: Daphne Oram & Walls
Title Of Album: Sound Houses
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Ecstatic / ELP005
Genre: Electronic, Techno, Experimental
Total Time: 36:04 min
Format: FLAC (tracks, vinyl)
Quality: Lossless / 24Bit/96Khz
Total Size: 177 mb / 725 mb (Covers)

Walls have made an album out of material from the Daphne Oram archives called Sound Houses, due out on May 5th.

Oram is known for starting the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and for her foundational work in early electronic music (including the Oramics synthesizer), which has been well-documented with a few reissues and a spate of press attention (including a feature in these pages) since her death in 2003. Walls, the Kompakt-signed UK duo of Sam Willis and Alessio Natalizia, were given free reign over Oram's archives in order to make Sound Houses. According to FACT, the two used a mixture of new and old technology to update her work, "including a modular synthesizer, an aging 1960s drum machine, various pedals and tapes for processing," and the music is markedly different from the pop-leaning, softer music Walls have become known for. The LP will come on their own Ecstatic label, and you can stream "Extremely Long Corridor" below.

Daphne Oram & Walls - Sound Houses (2014) Lossless


01. Extremely Long Corridor (3:47)
02. Orchards And Gardens (4:51)
03. A Very Large Metal Box (2:13)
04. Rendering The Voice I (1:50)
05. Strange Lines, And Distances (4:21)
06. Reflexions, Refractions, And Multiplications (5:01)
07. Some Shriller, And Some Deeper (4:23)
08. Rendering The Voice II (1:41)
09. Reflecting The Voice (1:43)
10. As It Is In Gems, And Prisms (6:18)


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