Matt Hannafin & Brian Moran | Shunyata

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Shunyata

by Matt Hannafin & Brian Moran

Improvisations for electronics and percussion, exploring the act of recording outdoors in a Brooklyn backyard, creating a sound-envelope that alternately incorporates, interacts with, surrounds, silences or acquiesces to the neighborhood's ambient sounds.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Shunyata (6-26-05 @ Avant Yard, Brooklyn, New York) Matt Hannafin & Brian Moran
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"Shunyata," the third duo recording by Brian Moran (electronics, circuit-bent and otherwise) and Matt Hannafin (percussion), explores the concept of working outdoors, in the backyard of painter Albert Kresch in Brooklyn, New York, creating an improvised sound-envelope that alternately incorporates, interacts with, surrounds, silences, or acquiesces to the neighborhood's ambient sounds — air conditioners, children's voices, neighbors' barbecues, barking dogs, etc. This album was originally released in 2005 as the twelfth disk in the now-defunct Sachimay Interventions series. Total time: 41:41.


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