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Cummi Flu - Z (2015)

1-04-2015, 08:59
Electronic | Downtempo | FLAC / APE

Cummi Flu - Z (2015)

Artist: Cummi Flu
Album: Z
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Albumlabel
Genre: Electronic, Downtempo, Experimental
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 00:43:23
Total Size: 102 mb | 225 mb


01. Cummi Flu - In
02. Cummi Flu - Z
03. Cummi Flu - Sheree
04. Cummi Flu - J
05. Cummi Flu - 7
06. Cummi Flu - Gulabigang
07. Cummi Flu - B
08. Cummi Flu - Leopold
09. Cummi Flu - 154
10. Cummi Flu - Watersong
11. Cummi Flu - Audrey

As CUMMI FLU, Oliver Doerell mainly does sound design. There is not a sound on Z that has been included by chance. Each acoustic event has been painstakingly carved, demonstrating its creator's attention to detail. The squeak of a computer, the sound of a door shutting, the drawn-out hum of a cello – everything here is of equal importance, positioned democratically side by side. Each track feeds on a wide variety of sound sources. And even when there is a lot going on, there is immense transparency. Every one of CUMMI FLU's pieces develops in measured, coherent steps into a dense and, at the same time, clearly delineated sound puzzle.

A puzzle whose pieces do not always fit seamlessly together. Some go over the edges a little bit, giving an overall impression of unevenness. And this blurring or ambiguity is what makes Doerell's music so special.

In combining these sounds, Doerell prefers the ones that do not fit together at first. Sound loops running in opposite directions rustle and squeal. A woman's voice sings a meditative mantra in an unidentifiable language, accompanied by the clang of percussion that is apparently played on an array of kitchen utensils. And in the end, a groove emerges from the tightly woven layers of sound, suggestive of Afrobeats. It bounces and springs to all conceivable heights and depths. Doerell plays his most beloved percussion instrument: rubber bands. There is not a drum computer in the world that can offer such a variable range of sound.

On Z, Doerell pulls out all the stops in terms of every possible and impossible sound: from field recordings of all kinds, including children's voices and street sounds, to kalimba patterns and elusive fragments of melodies. All of these eccentric sounds, in all their waywardness, add up to something resembling songs. Sometimes dreamy and faded, at other times concrete and driving, giving rise to a very special kind of loop-based music – intimate, meditative and timeless.

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