Zll’ is a modular project by Igor Gorbunov, an experimental electronic musician from St. Petersburg, participant of the Mediaspank and Syntposium festivals.
The sound of the project is a minimalistic and abstract. Improvisation structure of melodic and rhythmic elements is played on a modular synthesizer.
Keith Fullerton Whitman – Super Generators (2017)
Impressive structural improvisation.
Media project from Vadim Pantin (Abjective) and Dina Shakenova, creating at the edge of sound, philosophy and art, where the boundaries of perception are blurred, balancing between different forms of art, life and imagination.
Each project is a new concept of metamodernism, that raising eternal archetypal questions. In the first part, Amach’i explores the issues of polemology. ‘Invisible wars’ is an audio-visual story about radiation and mutations in the minds of humanity caused by an invisible enemy.
Performances are exclusively in the format of live-catharsis with generative video on the base of Max / Msp and modular synthesizers sounding dence stream that affects the nervous system.
Some words about Amach’i. Besides audiovisual art, in close future every Amachi’ live-catharsis will become an animated history, which is reflection and statement of point of view on events taking place in the world.
Datach’i, the project of New York producer Joseph Fraioli, has released a video for “Micro Karplus,” a track off the bonus disc of his new album “System”, which features him performing on his insane Eurorack Modular synth system. Following in the style and footsteps of Aphex Twin, Autechre, and Venetian Snares — on whose Planet Mu-run label this album was released — Datach’i’s first album in a decade seeks to investigate the sounds of this magnificent instrument, and “Micro Karplus” is a good example of the skittering melodicism that his modular aesthetic will sometimes take.
“I’ve spent much of the past decade building up my own sound design company, Jafbox Sound, and in recent years have become fascinated by modular synths,” said Joseph Fraioli. “I’d been making a series of performance videos, showing how they work and that inspired me to start making music as Datach’i again.”