mardi 19 juillet 2011

mh.t023 - Jeremy Gluck and Dave Fuglewicz - Manifesto (EP)

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Jeremy Gluck revient sur myhand.thanx avec un nouvel EP, "Manifesto" en collaboration avec Dave Fuglewicz. Les 3 mixes présents témoignent d'un travail du son radical, sans compromis. Sur sa collaboration avec Dave Fuglewicz, voici ce que Jeremy écrit (l'occasion aussi de (re)découvrir Tapegerm) :

Jeremy Gluck is back on myhand.thanx with a new EP, "Manifesto" in collaboration with Dave Fuglewicz. The 3 mixes consist in a radical, uncompromised work on sound. About his collaboration with Dave Fuglewicz, here is what Jeremy writes (at the same time, discover Tapegerm!) :

Dave Fuglewicz's Manifesto: Modesty and Mastery

I don't recall when exactly I joined Tapegerm, a loop collective now past its ten anniversary. It was about that time I was neck deep in mixing 'Div Joyvision', the album I made for and with Toronto spoken word ace Michael Dent and which comprised in the end mixes made from material provided by Tapegerm.

Having plundered Tapegerm for everything I needed, I turned finally to putting something back, in the form of spoken word recordings – grainy at best thanks to my poor equipment and technique – I archived and sent up to be shared amongst the many mixers.

The standard of work at Tapegerm is always high; artists such as Mental Anguish, Omnitechnomatrix and others cut the mustard with a machete. But it was one mix in particular that one day captivated me. “Sleep On the Edge”, a dispeptic reflection in what-for? Time, created by Dave Fuglewicz. Amidst the quality out of control across the 'germ, Atlanta-based boffin Dave's mix stood out, a raw, tilted and highly intuitive reading of my slanted, surly text.

So began years of collaboration, mix upon mix, bringing us lately to a trilogy, Saneworld, and a set of radical sound adventures with Dave in complete control: Manifesto. Working with Dave is a joy. As is the case with numbers of online electronica creators, Dave is mostly unsung but revered and treasured by a handful of fellow artists and aware aficionados. I can take little credit for the work we do together; my contribution is a trigger, but Dave does ninety per cent of the hard thinking and hard work, and without him I would not have done some of the most accomplished music of my zigzag career. Vision and precision ever his watchwords, meticulous in execution and with an empathy for my words that has unfolded with a natural and extraordinary ease, Dave's making of Manifesto is yet more evidence of a great artist lost in (cyber)space. Find him here now.


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