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Runtime: 56'12''

«Saint Petersburg native Sax player Ilia Belorukov teams up with fellow russian musician Philip Croaton to create a single-piece long player of Improv. Jazzy ambient.
Philip speaks about 'Un[view]mask[ed]' project: «Generally, every composition is a tale. A tale about past, feelings, emotions, etc. And here we have a complete story. I had an idea to create a journey, where some instruments went along with the listener. And the goal was that the listener could see about what happened to composition during this trip. Un[view]mask[ed] – it's a game without masks, witch remains indiscernible. (Unmasked, but unviewed).»
Philip has been a constant in Ilia's musical work, as producer, musician and sound engineer. This particular work was also graced with the collaboration of trombone player Dmitriy Krotevich.

'Un[view]mask[ed]' is in essence a long, dronesy downtempo-style tapestry of pre-built rhythmic patterns based on bass and ambient loops, that get complemented by several layers of improv. playing of sax, flute, trombone, harmonica and several levels of noise elements and drum loops, culminating in a contemporary electro-acoustic piece of rare beauty. Enjoy the journey.»
- Pedro Leitão

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01 • Un[view]mask[ed] ................................................................... pt us
  [56'12'' • 97,5Mb • VBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 2,37Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 99,6Mb]

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©2007 Shurshac
©2008 aeriola::behaviour
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©2006-07 Ilia Belorukov + Philip Croaton
©2008 test tube


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