Francisco Meirino - Notebook (Techniques Of Self-Destruction) album FLAC
- Performer: Francisco Meirino
- Title: Notebook (Techniques Of Self-Destruction)
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: WMA MOD MP3 AUD AAC DMF DTS
- Released: 2014
- Style: Musique Concrète, Experimental
- MP3 album: 1500 mb
- FLAC album: 1948 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 513
Techniques Of Self-Destruction Part II. 10:50. Companies, etc. Mastered At – Shiver Mobile. Music By, Mastered By, Artwork – Francisco Meirino. It was not without some excitement that I found Francisco Meirino’s newest solo album on Misanthropic Agenda, the home of several of his previous collaborative works. Something has long set Meirino apart from a host of other artists with similarly demanding and prolific output. Always the audio polyglot, this album fully displays his revocation of auditory puritanism.
Notebook (techniques of self-destruction)' is the new studio album from Francisco Meirino. Created and assembled 2012-2014. Features 'Techniques Of Self-Destruction' originally a piece for eight speakers commissioned by Jérome Noetinger for l'Audible Festival, Paris 2012
Notebook (techniques of self-destruction). Here is the new studio album by Francisco Meirino, an experienced artist with more than 100 live performances under his belt. Meirino's projects are always very interesting and feel almost custom-made for the major international electronic music and audio art festivals. Techniques Of Self Destruction è una suite in due parti che conclude l'album, soffusa su distorsioni minimali ed accenni melodici che, appena respirano, vengono stuprati dalla pesante mano digitale dell'autore che colma il tutto con la sua cappa scura. Poi il ritmo è dato da quelle che sembrano semplici azioni meccaniche per poi riprendersi e concludere con i consueti sibili gassosi.
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Notebook (Techniques of Self-Destruction)" is the new studio full length album from Francisco Meirino.
Here is the new studio album by Francisco Meirino, an experienced artist with more than 100 live performances under his belt. Meirino’s projects are always very interesting and feel almost custom-made for the major international electronic music and audio art festivals. Now based in Lausanne, the artist has returned to Misanthropic Agenda, a label keen to have him back since his last release for them in 2010. The track Techniques Of Self-Destruction was originally imagined as a composition for eight speakers commissioned by Jerome Noetinger for Audible Festival in Paris in 2012. The song impresses us for the density of its sounds and the evolving geometric patterns, sharp stepwise movements and elegant leaps that are consistently engaging and stylistically very well balanced.
|1||Le Processus De La Signification||8:00|
|3||Weak Recording Of An Embarrassment||5:07|
|4||Being A Lame Being||2:40|
|5||The Seperation Of An Assimilation||5:00|
|6||You Know Nothing||6:08|
|7||Techniques Of Self-Destruction Part I||9:09|
|8||Techniques Of Self-Destruction Part II||10:50|
- Mastered At – Shiver Mobile
- Music By [Assembled By], Mastered By, Artwork – Francisco Meirino
- Photography By [Live Picture] – Pierre Acobas
NotesAssembled and mastered at Shiver Mobile, 2012-2014
"Le Processus De La Signification" previously released on the LP "Unifying Themes" - Misanthropic Agenda - MAR034
"Techniques of Self-Destruction" is originally a piece for 8 speakers commissioned by Jérôme Noetinger for l'Audible Festival, Paris 2012
Released in Digipak
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP50
- Mould SID Code: IFPI JU01
- Matrix / Runout: 140267 MAR043 (SM1-E60230/2A) IFPI LP50