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SonicLyon – France
Sep 27, 2018 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Sonic présente jeudi 27 septembre 2018 20h30 8 euros

Sonic présente

jeudi 27 septembre 2018
8 euros

Common Eider, King Eider (US / Ambiant / Dark Drone)


Common Eider, King Eider est un collectif artistique basé à San-Francisco composé de Rob Fisk (Badgerlore, 7 Year Rabbit Cycle, ex- Deerhoof) et de Andee Connors ( A Minor Forest).
Un mélange puissant d'ambiances sombres, de drones et de silence, de luxuriantes couches d'abstractions vocales, de violons et de field-recordings, étirés jusqu'à l'abolition du temps.

Terrifiante, belle, spartiate, éloge de la ténèbre autant qu'hymne au soleil, cette musique convoque les vastes étendues sauvages, l'insondable profondeur des lacs, la pure violence de la Nature.

Drekka (US / musique expérimentale)

Working under the name DREKKA since 1996, composer Michael Anderson has toured, traveled, and collaborated extensively; collecting memories and building a very personal archive of sound that dates back to the mid-1980's.

DREKKA has released a large body of work on labels such as Dais, Auris Apothecary, Morc, Silber, and Anderson's own label, Bluesanct. Anderson has also recorded and toured as a member of such as projects as Turn Pale, Jessica Bailiff, In Gowan Ring, Stone Breath, Annelies Monseré, Rivulets, and Dylan Ettinger.

DREKKA owes something to the soundscapes and non-linear impressionism of Cindytalk or COIL, the industrial gravity of Einstürzende Neubauten or Hafler Trio, and the cinematic collaborations of Edward Artemiev/Andrei Tarkovsky or Simon Fisher Turner/Derek Jarman. But his work is very apparently unique and personal.

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