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Foresteppe - Diafilms (2015)

16-03-2015, 08:51
Folk | Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Foresteppe - Diafilms (2015)

Artist: Foresteppe
Title Of Album: Diafilms
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Klammklang
Genre: Experimental, Ambient, Psychofolk
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC
Total Time: 00:47:13
Total Size: 111 / 300 Mb
WebSite: itunes


"01. Playschool
02. The Snow House
03. Sweet Bear Dream
04. Talephone
05. A Boy & an Elk
06. Golden Hair
07. You Should Know Where Youre Going To
08. Masha i Podushka"

""Egor Klochikhin (Foresteppe) evokes an idealized Russian past, filling Diafilms with field recordings, colorful instrumentation, cellophane static and sampled Russian monologues. At times the tape seems to wobble, but it’s not the tape – it’s the patina of memory, an imitation of an ancient cassette on a new cassette. The tape casts a spell similar to that of an ancient folk tale: a brook babbles, a bear turns in his den, the sound of bells is cast upon the wind. Somewhere, an old man and woman are making a child out of snow.

The music is a perfect reflection of a lost art. The diafilm – a series of 20-40 celluloid strips – was popular in the 50s and 60s, but only in the Eastern Bloc. Still images with dialogue, similar to those found in children’s books, were projected on the wall as a narrator read the accompanying story. The tape wobble is meant to evoke the often unsteady image. The physical package is a time capsule, a souvenir from a bygone era. It’s a gem of a release from Foresteppe and yet another triumph for Klammklang Tapes.""

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