His radical extended techniques, such as in the sonic use of saliva, are fundamental for the abstract, textural constructions on his solo album 'Homo Sacer.' Although these techniques address sound itself rather than music as conventionally considered, Küchen is first of all a free jazz player. Küchen the free jazz artist is in fact what we find on 'Every Woman is a Tree.' It is free jazz with a post-bop twist, profiting from contributions from some of the most interesting musicians on the Scandinavian scene." 2. Angles is a one-man post-rock band. Formerly three-piece, then two, and now one, Paul Chapman has continually sought to reinterpret, redefine, re-imagine, and altogether rejuvenate his sound in a continuing effort to create beautiful art.
Layering rich melodies that will intertwine themselves through the lush ambient path already laid on a sonic canvas. All said and done, his genuine hope is that not just songs are being forged but a beautiful environment as well. 3. Angles is a punk/noise band from Montreal, Canada. Initially calling themselves Hell's Angles with the intent of creating free-form noise/grind, and having only played a hand full of shows - they released one EP in 2010 titled Child Eater followed up by The Worst Demo of 2012.
They released the EP "Lysergic Eucharist" in the summer of 2015. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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