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Jökulhlaup - Whale 69. The Whales Who Succeed And The Whales Who Suck Eggs Album

Jökulhlaup - Whale 69. The Whales Who Succeed And The Whales Who Suck Eggs Album
Title:
Whale 69. The Whales Who Succeed And The Whales Who Suck Eggs
Performer:
Jökulhlaup
Style:
Experimental, Noise
Released:
20 Dec 2018
Country:
France
MP3 album size:
1394 mb
FLAC album size:
1160 mb
Genre:
Label:
Not On Label

Tracklist


1Whale 69. The Whales Who Succeed And The Whales Who Suck Eggs5:22
2Free Willy Jean5:25


Notes


Seitoung works still extend the pioneer plunderphonics theory of composer John Oswald in the noise space. In this special EP, "Whale 69. The whales who succeed and the whales who suck eggs", Seitoung has used humpback whale songs he has recorded in the deep water around Tahiti island as a primary sound material. Noise sounds generated by a Whale WPSL-ST guitar are also minor primary material. Preexisting pop songs constitute the secondary "borrowed" material, emulated through a Commodore 64 program. Following the plunderphone theory, borrowed material acts as a reminiscence of the original song in the final mix.

"Whale 69" is the 69th psalm of The Whaly Bible, a rewriting of the Old Testament using whale voices. The whole project gathers 150 psalms. Composed in 2009.

all vocals: anonymous humpback whales.
hydrophone Amphibico. guitar Whale WPSL-ST
special effects emulated by C64 audiotap
wild sounds recorded live in august-september 2008, tahiti, french polynesia. depth range : 5-62 m. mixed May-July 2009.
cover by m. seitoung: long-finned pilot whale steack, cooked and eated in Spitsbergen, July 2004.


Album


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