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Show from Radio Grenouille, TATIN ! Let’s start with the recipe ! Collective realization of a sound-culinary experience

The practice of sound can be conceived, thought and realized in a body, in a spirit, an author, an artist.
But the sound can also be shared.
And what’s better than the pleasures of the mouth to get in touch with the sound material.
These sound materials brought by the participants of the Sound Studies of this season, are staged, implemented within a recipe that has become a graphic score.
Everyone bringing their ingredient and finding the right balance, to feast your ears and your spirits.

Antonella Fiori came to read excerpts from her magazine : « Le Chum Rose n° 3 » revue courtoise et ménagère parmi cet univers sonore. (Journal intime, théorique et pratique de la couturière CITY Météor | Antonella Fiori (extraits)).

Les Études Sonores, cycle of workshops co-produced by La Cité de la Musique and Radio Grenouille-Euphonia.


Commençons par la recette !
Réalisation collective d’une expérience sono-culinaire.

La pratique du son peut se concevoir, se penser et se réaliser en un corps, en un esprit, un auteur, un artiste.
Mais le son peut également se partager.
Et quoi de mieux que les plaisirs de la bouche pour entrer en contact avec la matière sonore.
Ces matériaux sonores apportés par les participants aux Études Sonores de cette saison, sont mis en scène, mis en œuvre au sein d’une recette devenue partition graphique.
Chacun y amenant son ingrédient et trouvant l’équilibre juste, pour régaler vos oreilles et vos esprits.

Antonella Fiori est venue lire des extraits de sa revue : « Le Chum Rose n° 3 » revue courtoise et ménagère parmi cet univers sonore. (Journal intime, théorique et pratique de la couturière CITY Météor | Antonella Fiori (extraits)).

Les Études Sonores, cycle d’ateliers co-produit par La Cité de la Musique et Radio Grenouille-Euphonia.

Show 624: FLIMSY TOMB by POREST (radio Worm/Klangendum)
Recorded by Mark Gergis at all times, everywhere, including Hanoi, Vietnam until March, 2017
Erik Gergis • Electronics, percussion & voice – No Recourse • Keys – Identity Event 1.1
Peter Conheim • Introduction – Larry Burridge

Thank you: Lukas Simonis, Vicki Bennett, Hicham Chadly and Ayesha Keshani
©&P Porestsound – 2017

When you’re allowed to walk away from captivity, there’s a fairly good chance you’ll return on your own accord. A mini-album created from Porest’s Hanoi, Vietnam base for Dr Klangendum. Framed by a claustrophobic radio drama, and featuring a wide range of sound and music from the Porest archives as well as material recorded exclusively for this program. Big and small songs, tape collage, on-location radio recordings, horror and humor – tightly sunk into a 28-minute tomb.

Across decades, Porest (aka Mark Gergis) has issued a trail of confounding agitprop sound art, post-globalized hate-pop, diabolical radio dramas and carefully rearranged realities. Porest’s blatant embezzlement of human syntax and cultural misunderstanding broadcasts vital mixed messages. Collaborations have included: Aavikko (Finland) Alan Bishop/Sun City Girls (USA), and Negativland (USA) among others. Gergis was a co-founder of the long-running experimental Bay Area music and performance collective Mono Pause – as well as its offshoot Neung Phak, performing inspired renditions of southeast Asian musics. Since 2003, with the Sublime Frequencies label, and more recently, with his own record label – Sham Palace, Gergis has shared decades of research and scores of archived international music, film footage and sound recordings acquired during extensive travels in the Middle East, South East Asia and elsewhere.

Porest’s latest full-length – Modern Journal of Popular Savagery was issued on Cairo’s Nashazphone label on LP and cassette in 2016.