raster-noton. archiv für ton und nichtton : emptyset | r-n116 | collapsed | 12" vinyl maxi

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r-n116 | emptyset. collapsed | 12" vinyl maxi

emptyset is a bristol based project formed in 2005 by james ginzburg, director of the multiverse studios and the curator and electronic artist paul purgas. the project explores the legacy of analogue media, integrating aspects of rhythm, signal processing and spatial recording within the framework of minimalist composition. their work interrogates the perceptual boundaries between noise and music and the potential for both technology and architecture to embed and codify themselves within sound.

collapsed is emptyset’s first release on raster-noton and investigates the threshold where sonic structure is destabilized to the point where a chaotic order emerges out of a resistance to fragmentation and likewise explores the potential contained within this liminal space of transition. across the four tracks of the release a structural grammar is defined and then pushed to excess to the point where it reforms from repetitive and stable frameworks into non-grid based forms and ultimately chaotic rule sets.

release date: 2012-10-08

media: 12" vinyl maxi

label: raster-noton

label: unun series

image 1: emptyset | r-n116 | collapsed | 12

tracks

armature | 04:14
core | 03:09
collapse | 03:53
wire | 03:16