Alexi Baris
Support Surfaces

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about the record

Soda Gong presents “Support Surfaces,” the new record by Alexi Baris, a musician hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia. Baris’ methods are patient and deceptively rigorous, trading in sonics that are at once organized and organic. Synthetic and acoustic elements are presented in sonorous states of perpetual flux, carefully amalgamated into structures of fertile ambiguity. His is a diligent and painterly approach to sound design and arrangement, in which tiny events are magnified and brought up close, and expansive gestures are repurposed and shifted in scale. There is an abiding quality to these compositions, sounds that have been hung in the air with remarkable restraint and left to float there, defined by texture, tone, and their own entrancing spatiality.

  1. 1 - Eye Cast Mirror (feat. Emad Armoush on ney) 3:03
  2. 2 - Sorrel 3:36
  3. 3 - Variegated Mood 5:03
  4. 4 - Act of Silence 3:15
  5. 5 - Corner House 2:26
  6. 6 - Drinking From An Estuary 2:45
  7. 7 - Who Is 3:36
  8. 8 - To Fall Out Of Spring 4:51
  9. 9 - Tilde 3:51
  10. 10 - Semisubtle 4:26
  11. 11 - Within This Soft Machine 3:16

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Alexi Baris
Support Surfaces

28,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Eye Cast Mirror (feat. Emad Armoush on ney) 3:03
  2. 2 - Sorrel 3:36
  3. 3 - Variegated Mood 5:03
  4. 4 - Act of Silence 3:15
  5. 5 - Corner House 2:26
  6. 6 - Drinking From An Estuary 2:45
  7. 7 - Who Is 3:36
  8. 8 - To Fall Out Of Spring 4:51
  9. 9 - Tilde 3:51
  10. 10 - Semisubtle 4:26
  11. 11 - Within This Soft Machine 3:16

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about the record

Soda Gong presents “Support Surfaces,” the new record by Alexi Baris, a musician hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia. Baris’ methods are patient and deceptively rigorous, trading in sonics that are at once organized and organic. Synthetic and acoustic elements are presented in sonorous states of perpetual flux, carefully amalgamated into structures of fertile ambiguity. His is a diligent and painterly approach to sound design and arrangement, in which tiny events are magnified and brought up close, and expansive gestures are repurposed and shifted in scale. There is an abiding quality to these compositions, sounds that have been hung in the air with remarkable restraint and left to float there, defined by texture, tone, and their own entrancing spatiality.

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