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We are delighted to present this amazingly beautiful split release by french visual artist and musician Félicia Atkison and italian accordionist and sound experimentalist Duchamp!
About Felicia Atkison's THE COLOR RED
The Color Red is a 17.17 mn track inspired by Brian DePalma’s Carrie film from 1976.
Bare infra basses, monochord voices and distant keyboards are pulsing this effort built like a destroyed ballroom. How solitary music can be flirting with fear, desire, romanticism and anti-social behaviors.
Occhi pieni di luce" and "Occhi pieni di lacrime" are two same lenght pieces that explores feelings and sensations that fill the void of a disappeared person. The songs were written and recorded shortly after the death of a musician friend, that I knew since my teenage years. Being I do not believe in God or in the afterlife, I have to find myself a way to cope with the disappering. I do not have any answer, or explainations, but I got a strong sensation. The day of his funeral, seeing there all the people he have played with or share his love for music with, gave me the feeling he's somehow still with us in the unrealistic rock n'roll dreams that we were pursuing and still we are. So, we should never stop being unrealistic.
Both pieces has been recorded, mixed and mastered in late 2013, in Berlin by Diego Ferri.
Felicia Atkinson is a visual artist and musician based between Brussels and the Alps mountains.
She produces music under her name and as Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier.
She has been touring lately with Gabriel Saloman and Sun Araw and released records and tapes in the past with NNA Tapes, Shelter Press, No Kings Records, Spekk, Umor Rex…
Her music find strange siblings in Suzanne Ciani, Oren Ambarchi, Ruth White, Simon Scott or Dolphins Into The Future….
DuChamp is an Italian scientist, musician and curator based in Berlin religiously devoted to drone. Drone is related to a precise childhood memory: the sound of the hair dryer, that her mother used to fix her hair. That was the sound of care, bliss, and infinite love. Since her debut live in August 2010, she performed several time in Italy, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Poland and in the US West Coast. She plays different instruments, among which accordion and baritone guitar, that she stratifies using loops and delays. Her first solo album “NAR” recorded by Diego Ferri, and mastered by Brain Pyle, has been released on Apr 14th 2013 from Boring Machines. DuChamp plays also with Will Gresson in Fausto Maijstral (La Station Radar), she´s one of Brabrabra (Kitchen Leg records) and she is in a very free form band called The Roman Catholics (plus other random bands). She’s the (sweet) half of the Berlin tape label Kitchen Leg records, that produces colorful and soundful tapes from Brabrabra, BeMyDelay, Ruins of Krüger and Paro. As curator, she organize gigs for artists she loves and, together with her everlasting partner Alice Cannava´, she is the co-curator of Occultofest.
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