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“Transmissions” reviewed by Musique Machine

“Transmissions” comes in a card wallet, simply and elegantly adorned with a close-up of machinery workings; this is very apt, since thats precisely the content of the disc, too. The cd has four tracks, ranging in duration from near three minutes, to a mammoth near-forty. All the pieces use the sounds of machines: “Part 1” […]

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New release in Crónica: Siebzehn bis ∞

siebzehn bis ∞ is tied with the previous work eins bis sechzehn, recorded within the ruins of a hotel complex at the Croatian coast in 2011 and released in 2012.   These ruins situated in the Župa Dubrovačka area are silent witnesses of once mono-functionally used areas resembling each other by their interchangeability and absence […]

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Soon in Crónica: Siebzehn bis ∞

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“Transmissions” reviewed by Chain DLK

The mechanical syntagms and the cycles where the transformation of potential energy into kinetic ones by old looms that Mathias Delplanque recorded at the museum of textile in Cholet, France, in 2008 for the first half of this release and by many different tools and machines that some students who took part to his workshop […]

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“Transmissions” reviewed by Déphasage – Objets Sonores Non Identifiés

The show has ended with Mathias Delplanque, a french artist who has release last september on the portuguese label, Cronica, “Transmissions”. This production is made from recordings of various industrial machines. A loom at the Musée du Textile from Cholet in France not far from Angers. And then, machine-tools from the Lycée Technique of the […]

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“Transmissions” reviewed by Le Son du Grisli

Retour au quotidien, ou presque, de la noise en music en compagnie d’un habitué des lieux, le toujours habile Mathias Delplanque. Alors que ses Chutes de 2013 ne nous avaient que moyennement convaincus, pour ne pas dire autre chose, le cru 2014 du producteur français est d’un tout autre acabit. Tout en jouant avec les […]

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“Transmissions” reviewed by The Sound Projector

This project took place in Cholet (in the Maine-et-Loire department, France) between 2008 and 2014, associating an artist, Mathias Delplanque, with students in a technical school there. Some of the sounds were recorded in the local textile museum (Cholet has a tradition in this industry, specifically in the making of handkerchiefs). Resonances and rhythmic regularity […]

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“Transmissions” reviewed by Blow Up

Con una discografia a proprio nome di elevato pregio, preziosi “La Plinthe”, “Parcelles 1-10” e “Passports”, Mathias Delplanque in “Transmissions”, alla maniera che fu di Jean-Marc Vivenza, registra il canto di macchine in azione. Pur lungi dal suggerire visione postmoderna invariabilmente catastrofista, Mathias coglie l’armonia meccanica non come esplicitazione di una inesorabile e infallibile potenza […]

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“Transmissions” reviewed by Spex

Mathias Delplanque macht etwas, das beschrieben vielleicht abgedroschen klingt – Musik mit alten industriellen Maschinen –, aber wirkt wie der wahnsinnigste psychedelische Strom diesseits des Altersheims für überstrapazierte Deleuze/Guattari-Metaphern. Man vergisst mit Transmissions (Crónica) die Quellen sehr bald, hat auch keinen Unheimliche-Genauigkeit-Flash, sondern kann sich ganz dem unausgesprochen perversen Gemeinsamen zwischen Maschinenglück und Regelmäßigkeitszwang hingeben. […]

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