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Release of "Delerium" by Tangent

Release of "Delerium" by Tangent

A new album by Tangent, Delerium. Improvised Plunderphonics. Loops, phrases, and rhythms lurch in and out of focus around each other. As sounds and moods progress, surprises and magic happen. I’ve never heard anything else that sounds quite like this.

Each of these pieces is constructed of two overlaid tracks of real-time improvised cut up. They have the kind of floating pulse the best of free jazz has, without having a fixed tempo; rhythm is important to these pieces. The sounds of the source material can be clearly heard, but what emerges is surprising and strange.

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Destroying His Name

Tangent Precipitate - Destroying His Name

pmc026 - 2002

Electronics and cutups. The title track uses Dada techniques of running two vocal tracks against each other.

Unknown Rockstar

Unknown Rockstar

The current alias Sam Stephens, a musician currently based in New Zealand, uses for most of his solo work. He is an instrumental performing and recording artist.... working with known, unknown, and experimental elements to create recordings of interest to those who are curious about the manifestations of sound. The Unknown Rockstar is at heart an improvisor, and the albums he releases are single or multi track improvisations, or assembled from improvisations.