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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Ilia Belorukov / Andrey Lomakin split K7

"A glorious and unexpected split of two Russian artists. Ilia Belorukov is famous far and wide as a free-improv saxophonist. Besides numerous duets and ensembles of free and open music, he's active in several extreme metal acts, electro-acoustic, ambient and noise projects. This quite busy young man presents three pieces for electric guitar which take you to a trip though muddy swamps, then flying high up in the sky and heading to outer space. Andrey Lomakin is most famous around here with his freaky noise performances and guitar rapings. However, on this split he takes from where Ilia has left and lets the music drop back to the Earth, cutting the air and running into uknown frequences on the way. Later, he creates a rather creepy but very careful composition of ghostly field recordings and unknown clatter, and buries the music deep in the soil, amongst stones and minerals. Spray-painted cassettes, textured white vellum J-cards. Edition of 50 copies." Full of Nothing

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