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  1. New album dropped on the 22nd, a companion to 2019's Solastalgia [Room40].
  2. "This new album is the second album in a series of landscape-inspired musical renderings. As you may remember, my first album for the label was based on my immediate surroundings, the Pacific Northwest and its pop/folk cultural references. With 'The Unintentional Sea” I'm exploring the idea of transformation of place. The inspiration behind it is The Salton Sea, a failed river re-direction that happened in California at the beginning of the 20th century. It was an ecological man-made disaster – it created this artificial sea, which, in the 1950's, was seized and rebranded by corporate land developers, flipping it into a dream getaway destination for West Coast elites. Of course, before long, record temperatures and a rising level of water mineralization led to the mass death of fish and other wildlife in the area, and in turn, so too did the resort town's population: everyone living there skipped town and left behind a vast post-human deserted wasteland. It's really heartbreaking and depressing. We are the worst of all species." rafael anton irisarri http://irisarri.org interview http://secretthirteen.org/secret-thirteen-interview-the-sight-below/
  3. http://twitter.com/#...2706560/photo/1 "Curated by Loscil & Rafael Anton Irisarri" (Vol.1) http://forum.watmm.c...__fromsearch__1
  4. Saturday 26th May @ Cafe OTO, Ashwin Street, Dalston, London. The Centrifuge presents: Orcas (Morr Music) Rafael Anton Irisarri (Touch, Room40, Ghostly, Miasmah) Benoît Pioulard (Kranky, Type, Desire Path) Prima Mater (DJ set) Facebook Event Page | Ticket Link | Full Infos Here ///// Quite a last-minute show so please help us to spread the word! The Centrifuge Agency is delighted to be welcoming the critically-acclaimed Orcas for their first ever London show, fresh from the release of their widely praised debut album on Morr Music. This will be a very special evening with both band members, each respected and established in their own right, also performing solo sets. Seattle’s post-minimalist composer Rafael Anton Irisarri plays his only solo UK show this year and Michigan’s Benoît Pioulard returns to London after recently enchanting a full house at Cafe OTO with his unique guitar and vocal explorations. Be prepared for an evening of Pacific Northwestern experimental guitar music, avant-folk songcraft and symphonic neo-classical ambience. ///// ORCAS Interview in Vice's Noisey Magazine Orcas is a new band by haze-pop auteur Benoît Pioulard and post-minimalist composer Rafael Anton Irisarri. Theirs is a style deeply rooted in personal variations on songform and ambient craft, and as a duo they bridge the furthest outlying aspects of their previous solo works. “This type of collaboration between experimental pop musicians can too often devolve into aimless fancywork and tech shenanigans, but Meluch and Irisarri have crafted a genuine, coherent album that conjures immense shadows and immense depths worthy of its namesake.” – Pitchfork Music. ///// RAFAEL ANTON IRISARRI “Irisarri embodies the hybrid genre…the new kind of composer, who exists in an undifferentiated welter of pop, techno, and classical.” – Pitchfork (USA) Rafael Anton Irisarri is an American composer, multi-instrumentalist, curator, producer and interdisciplinary artist. He is predominantly associated with post-minimalist, drone and ambient music and has been exploring textural electronics for over half a decade. Irisarri’s recorded output captures an essential vision of floating tones, deep pulsing bass and textured Gaussian curves. His use of ostinato phrases taps into minimalist ideals, whilst his use of atmospheric layers of reverb suggests a more cinematic quality. In all, Irisarri’s compositions are deeply emotive and epic to the point of being symphonic. He is also known as the main member of electronic shoegaze act The Sight Below, and one half of the critically-acclaimed new duo Orcas with… ///// Benoît Pioulard Since a young age, Michigan resident Thomas Meluch has been fascinated with the sounds of nature and tape decay—through almost a decade of recordings, he has fostered an infatuation with a sort of sonic density that combines remnants of pop song structures with the lushness and unpredictability of field recordings. A veteran drummer of a half dozen bands, Meluch chose guitar and voice as the primary instruments for his work as Benoît Pioulard. He began documenting field recordings and his own lo-fi compositions on dictaphones, discarded stereos and four-track machines in the mid 1990s, later focusing on highly limited CD-R and cassette releases of his experimental, folk-influenced songs for friends and family.
  5. http://www.residenta...s.aspx?id=15218 interesting article featuring the sight below: http://www.residenta...ature.aspx?1169 orcas cover 'broadcast', 'until then', listen here: http://endhits.portl...asts-until-then
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