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Marrach Black beacon

 

 

         Shining

         Midnight blue

         Luminescence decay

 

 

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Marrach es uno de los múltiples seudónimos y proyectos del compositor lituano conocido principalmente como Martin Rach. Un artista que se muestra extremadamente sensible en sus creaciones sonoras, desplazándose con naturalidad desde el silencio a una intensidad y densidad sonoras que llega a tocar el ruidismo con fines emocionales. La música que configura este Black beacon combina con maestría y riesgo sonidos acústicos instrumentales y electroacústicos, a veces lejanos y a veces hirientes, bajo un pálpito lento, en el que toman relieve una escarpada dinámica y una honda expresividad. Líneas en constelación y espiral recorren un espacio apesadumbrado, nocturno y solitario. Muy conmovedor. 

 

Arte gráfico

Sarah Vacher

 

Funda cartón

 

Mayo de 2014

 

martin rach

 

Podcasts:

 

Vital Weekly #957 18/11/2014:

"Luminescence decay"

 

 

     Críticas

 

" From the home of quality, Luscinia Discos, another release from a Lithuanian composer, following Estonian Sebastian Wesman on the same label, we have here one Marrach, which stands for Martin Rach. He has three pieces on 'Black Beacon' and the cover doesn't tell us about the instruments used, or who plays them. So judging by our ears, there is drums, bass and guitars and perhaps the additional use of electronics plus a saxophone in the opening piece 'Shining' and a piano in the final piece 'Luminescence Decay'. There is a rockist agenda in this music that leans towards a bit of rock jazz, but there is also a bit of nifty studio manipulation, again especially in the last piece. This is a most curious release! It's a bit of a lot: a bit of free jazz, a bit of rock, a bit of studio manipulation (think Biota or Mnemomists) and a nice hybrid of it all. I assume Marrach plays all of this himself and is also responsible for the mixing, editing and processing and whatever else is necessary to create the final result.It's perhaps more rock like than I would expect on Luscinia Discos, but it's a very consistent high quality (also in presentation) music. Maybe not entirely my cup of tea but it's overall an interesting release. " (Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly, # 957, 18/11/2014)

 

 

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Última actualización: 23 de noviembre de 2014