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Album · 2015 · 3 Songs. Disquiet - Single John Bence. Listen on Apple Music.
The technique used to make Disquiet, however, is quite interesting. Bence recorded a composition for choir and cello, took the electronic scalpel to it and sewed the parts into a new piece. Then, scalpel still in hand, did it again. In other words, he made a remix of a remix of his own tune: a Frankenstein monster of Frankenstein monsters made from his own skin. The result is initially pleasant: 'Disquiet Movement I' opens with gentle layers of clear female cries folding into each other in a sound eerily reminiscent of Plinth's 'Sirens'.
Disquiet is the fourteenth studio album by the band Therapy?, and the first album to be released on new UK label Amazing Record Co. Produced by Tom Dalgety, it was released on 23 March 2015. Demo sessions for the album began at Blast Studios, Newcastle, England on 18 February 2014. The band laid down 18 tracks and completed pre-production on 28 February 2014. The album proper was recorded from 17 April to 30 April 2014 at Blast Studios.
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- Written-By – John Bence
NotesJohn Bence’s Disquiet is a composition in three movements for soprano voice and cello, but what you hear is not that composition. After scoring and recording the full piece, the 19-yearold composer manipulated the recordings to produce something new. Then he wrote a new score, re-recorded, manipulated, and re-scored again … and again. This Disquiet is a layering of many — the process is the result: a slow-churning, microtonal wash, at once liquid and brilliantly crystalline in affect. Two timbres fracture into many. A tectonic drone slides below and aerates a chorus as vocals flicker in and out of being, wrestling with silence. Cacophony blends into order as subtle harmonies appear. What Bence has written falls somewhere between an electronic production and a classical composition. Where these two forms intersect is where Disquiet occurs.
In Memory of Roger Thomas
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