Razen
Ayîk Adhîsta, Adhîsta Ayîk

25,00

out of stock

why we love this

Mystical and intriguing, Razen brings forth a unique sound that's pensive and introspecting. A beautiful album to listen to on a cold, gloomy day.

about the record

Ayîk Adhîsta Adhîsta Ayîk is an album that takes a paragraph from CG Jung’s Memories, Dreams, Reflections as a reference point to set off a journey that goes from light to dark, from day to night, from life to death, and back.

The album sees the group explore new straight-to-the-gut emotional territory, while simultaneously showcasing Razen’s intuitive, continuous investigation of the acoustic properties and resonant possibilities of churches and chapels in the countryside around Brussels; after “Remote Hologram” (2014) and “ The Xvoto Reels” (2017), this time the St Agatha Church (St.-Agatha-Berchem) functions as the conduit for Razen’s acoustic sound jolts.

With the past ten years entirely devoted to the search for archetypical timbres and connotations by improvising on Early Music instruments, it’s no wonder that the world of Razen would one day collide with the world of CG Jung and take his writing as an inspiration.

  1. A1 - Adhîsta Ayîk I 5:58
  2. A2 - Adhîsta Ayîk II 6:15
  3. A3 - Adhîsta Ayîk III 2:18
  4. A4 - Adhîsta Ayîk IV 5:58
  5. B1 - Ayîk Adhîsta I 5:33
  6. B2 - Ayîk Adhîsta II 10:44
  7. B3 - Ayîk Adhîsta III 6:08

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Razen
Ayîk Adhîsta, Adhîsta Ayîk

25,00

out of stock

  1. A1 - Adhîsta Ayîk I 5:58
  2. A2 - Adhîsta Ayîk II 6:15
  3. A3 - Adhîsta Ayîk III 2:18
  4. A4 - Adhîsta Ayîk IV 5:58
  5. B1 - Ayîk Adhîsta I 5:33
  6. B2 - Ayîk Adhîsta II 10:44
  7. B3 - Ayîk Adhîsta III 6:08

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Mystical and intriguing, Razen brings forth a unique sound that's pensive and introspecting. A beautiful album to listen to on a cold, gloomy day.

about the record

Ayîk Adhîsta Adhîsta Ayîk is an album that takes a paragraph from CG Jung’s Memories, Dreams, Reflections as a reference point to set off a journey that goes from light to dark, from day to night, from life to death, and back.

The album sees the group explore new straight-to-the-gut emotional territory, while simultaneously showcasing Razen’s intuitive, continuous investigation of the acoustic properties and resonant possibilities of churches and chapels in the countryside around Brussels; after “Remote Hologram” (2014) and “ The Xvoto Reels” (2017), this time the St Agatha Church (St.-Agatha-Berchem) functions as the conduit for Razen’s acoustic sound jolts.

With the past ten years entirely devoted to the search for archetypical timbres and connotations by improvising on Early Music instruments, it’s no wonder that the world of Razen would one day collide with the world of CG Jung and take his writing as an inspiration.

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