Thursday, 14 November 2013

DUNCAN HARRISON























"Ogre neon"
Year:    2013
Country:    UK
City:    Brighton
Artist:    Duncan Harrison
Label:    Beartown
Format:    CD
Edition:    35 copies
Tracks:    13
Time:   50 min.
Genre:    electronic
Style:           Experimental           Noise













"non musical"" project run by Duncan Harrison from Brighton (UK). The project started in 2007 and is characterized to have elements clairly noise but also free improvisation, experimental, musique concrète, turntable, radio-noise, tapes manipulation, et Until 2014 he has recorded 10 albums and he has worked with labels such as: Beartown, Chocolate Monk, Poor Little Music, Sound Holes or BRRR, in any formats: cd, vinyl and cassette. He use all kind of objects and materials to make noise even his own voice and the result is sincerely excellent. In this recording here there a lot of tracks but If you want to hear more stuff, you have his recordings avaible totally free in Bandcamp, Archiveorg, etc. Normally Duncan Harrison look a "normal" man but sometimes in his life shows, he become like a kind of "crazy"... ha ha.. you can see here below in the pic. Enjoy with his noises.
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"Until then"
Year:    2008
Country:    UK
City:    Brighton
Label:    none
Format:    CD
Tracks:    3
Time:    24 min.
Genre:    electronic
Style:           Experimental


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"Affirmations"
Year:    2007
Country:    UK
City:    Brighton
Artist:     Duncan Harrison
Label:     none
Format:    cassette
Tracks:     2
Time:     26 min.
Genre:     electronic
Style:           Experimental              Noise















I don´t understand what does mean "affirmations" as a title in this cassette, but I know simply I like very much this kind of mix with experimental noise (not extrem noise at all) and some influences which reminds a little bit spatial rock, ambient or drone. Few months ago I had the fortune to hear another tape of Harrison and frankly I like his style, not at all exagerate: nor noise, neither ambient. Perfect balance. Besides, to create this music Duncan Harrison use electronic instruments but also rock instruments (guitar, bass) and well, if you like noise / experimental but also bands such as The Residents, Gong, Neu, Can, etc... this work probably like you, too. 
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