Idiosync — Live at Erarta Museum

August, 2011 | 1:00:08

Photo by Vladimir Yarotsky, Erarta

A convincing audible illustration of how similar sources and the same approach can differ between live performances and studio albums.

Photo by Vladimir Yarotsky, Erarta

August, 2011

August, 2011

In August 2011 Idiosync made a concert appearance at the Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art in order to present new material for his debut album entitled “Extrapolation”.

This title refers to Idiosync’s method of composing music by merging electronica with extracts from various sound libraries of the Soviet Union. For example, the opening track here greets the audience with a several-minute-long sample of Gagarin’s first space flight modified to sound like some sort of a noisy dub.

The rest of the set has a lot of acoustic peculiarities to offer as well. Probably its most interesting feature is how the same technique works differently in live performance and on the album. So, the recommended way to get the best from the listening experience is to compare this set to the release it was introducing.

Recorded at Erarta Museum, St. Petersburg.

Listen to the entire set right now:

Fiftysixed and Stuffed

Download the set for free (MP3, 320 kbps, zip-archived)

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Download the mix for free

(MP3, 320 kbps, zip-archived)

Download the mix for free (MP3, 320 kbps, zip-archived)