A Pulse Train - Tactus Tempus mp3 flac
- Album: Tactus Tempus
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Tactus Tempus by A Pulse Train, released 17 March 2017 1. Tactus Tempus (TONAL) 2. Tactus Tempus (NOISES and IMPULSES) 3. Tactus Tempus (Original 1973 Live Performance by BIOME). Side A - Tactus Tempus (Tonal) Side B - Tactus Tempus (Noises & Impulses) Recorded by Joe Goddard in London, 2016 Includes unlimited streaming of Tactus Tempus via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
A Pulse Train - Tactus Tempus A Pulse Train is a one-off supergroup with some notable members: Joe Goddard of Hot Chip, Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan, Sam Shepherd (AKA Floating Points), Dan Snaith (AKA Caribou) and James Shaw of Simian Mobile Disco. The contents of Tactus Tempus, however, may be pretty niche in their appeal. Born of "a rare moment of collective down time" in London last summer, the record features two realisations of a 1973 graphic score by lesser-known American composer Frank McCarty
Tactus Tempus (TONAL) 15:00 2. Tactus Tempus (NOISES and IMPULSES) 14:59 3. Tactus Tempus (Original 1973 Live Performance by BIOME) 36:46. A Pulse Train is a one-off supergroup with some notable members: Joe Goddard of Hot Chip, Junior Boys' Jeremy Greenspan, Sam Shepherd (AKA Floating Points), Dan Snaith (AKA Caribou) and James Shaw of Simian Mobile Disco.
Matrix, Runout (Side A): GJ 004 LP A 331/3 RPM BG59119-01 A1 FMW FOR BO CALYX 2016. Matrix, Runout (Side B): GJ 004 LP B 331/3 RPM BG59119-01 B1 FMW FOR BO CALYX 2016.
In stock now for same day shipping. We won't go into the arty premise behind Tactus Tempus, other than the fact that each musician - armed with a modular synth or other electronic music-making gadget - follows a different graphical score with mesmerizing and occasionally discordant results. The A-side "Tonal" version is a little more musical, with the flipside "Noises & Impulses" version resembling a thrillingly cacophonous collection of whizzes, bangs, and intergalactic pops.
Tactus Tempus is a, lost, graphics based, experimental score by prolific composer Frank McCarty. By following a set of simple, yet subjective instructions the piece begins as a sparse moire pattern of bursts and tones before evolving in density and intensity as the players symbiotically interact guided only by the illustrated curve found on the score. One version is tonal the other on percussive timbre. An original officially licenced 1973 recording of BIOME's performance will be included as a exclusive bonus to those purchasing the album thru Bandcamp.