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frieze​/​static form​/​division

by Ian Vine

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frieze 18:12
static form 10:24
division 18:24


frieze [18:12]
for acoustic guitar & electronics
composed 11&12 June 2013, recorded February 2014
recorded in one take

static form [10:24]
for electric guitar & live electronics
recorded in one take with no overdubs
composed & recorded 20 July 2013

division [18:24]
for 9 electric guitars & electronics
composed 18 September 2013, recorded 20 September 2013
Analogue remaster by Stephan Mathieu

total time: [47:00]


"I get the feeling I should have known Vine's work, but I didn't until now. I'm not sure how representative these selections are but they're certainly of a piece, all occupying a very lovely section of the steady-state zone, one filled with countless subtle variations."
Brian Olewnick, Just Outside

"Frieze/Static Form/Division is composer-guitarist Ian Vine’s tripartite essay into immersive sound for acoustic or electric guitar and electronics. The recording is somewhat deceptive in that what at first appears to the casual listen to be drone music in fact on closer consideration reveals itself to be music of deliberately slow harmonic rhythm."
Daniel Barbiero, Avant Music News

"Vine’s art is entirely fit for installation settings; It’s still with me as I’m typing, the whole day gladly spent with an album that bewitches with modesty."
Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes


released July 8, 2014

all instruments performed by Ian Vine
recorded, mixed & mastered at first moon
(except division; remastered by Stephan Mathieu www.schwebung.com )



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