BNS 2112 "black dub" (21​:​12)

by Tourism, et al.

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"black dub (21:12)" is an ongoing sound-out-of-time musical experiment involving the simultaneous play of multiple pieces of structured but improvised music all of the same length to create a single composition. The first live field recordings date back to 2010, while the most recent are from May 2015, with pieces being added every six or so months in between. While the music can be overwhelming and disorienting as more pieces are added, there is an improvised vocal track of four singers that is played the loudest and is meant to tether the squall and noise to the beautiful, but imperfect sound of the human voice. the current version of “black dub (21:12) was concieved and conducted by Faiz Razi and consists of 15 stereo tracks featuring the talents of a dozen improvisers from all over the country.

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released May 12, 2015

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Track Name: Tourism + Peace Warriors - 0. Haunt the Room + Eid'n [gongzhow mix] (21:12)
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