Anne James Chaton & Andy Moor | Le Journaliste

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Le Journaliste

by Anne James Chaton & Andy Moor

Experimental combination of sound poetry electric guitar electronic soundscapes and atmospheric sound worlds
Genre: Avant Garde: Electronic Avant-Garde
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1. Le Journaliste
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2. Dans Le Monde
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3. Portrait
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4. Vous Etes Riche
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5. Frequencies
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6. Scoop
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7. Newspaper
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8. Weather
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Le journaliste consists of 8 pieces and is a part of a series of 100 portraits iniated by anne
james chaton ...most of these portraits have become large posters. Le Journaliste is a journey
into the texts and columns of a newspapaper and radio broadcasts of a single journalist
selected by anne james .
The world news, the politics, headlines, the stock exchange figures and the weather are all explored
and treated with textual material and soundscapes. These are the everyday life elements
of a journalist and they are transformed by chaton using amongst other things multilayered
voice recordings, gated, distorted and several other experimental
microphone techniques, a megaphone and fragmented radio broadcasts and by moor using
multilayered soundscapes based around his own guitar sounds and playing style. In the end
the distinctions between the text and the guitar and the sounds begin to blur and in doing so
create a very powerful and atmospheric sound world


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