S A D
Studia Spiritual

28,00

in stock

about the record

Studia Spiritual features a variety of recordings from Vasily Stepanov and Vlad Dobrovolski as part of their on-going S A D project. As part of their process, S A D sample and distort old de-magnetised tapes, constantly adding to and reworking their own sound-world. Layers of kosmiche synthesisers, off-kilter woodblock percussion and lysergic field recordings interplay with dense ambient textures in a true collage-style approach to music making.


Across the nine tracks, multiple collaborations and aliases coalesce to present a thorough look at both artists approach to communicating the world around them. Drawing influence from nature and the outdoor concerts of Vladislav’s band Kurvenschreiber as well as late night free jazz shows and a similar ‘hauntological’ approach seen in Dobrovolski’s recent ‘Playbacks for Dreaming’, the pair express a unique genre-traversing attitude.

  1. 1 - Vlad Dobrovolski - Far Above The Ground 4:04
  2. 2 - S A D - Ini Ke Edi 7:15
  3. 3 - P-SH - Merging Bottoms 4:27
  4. 4 - P-SH - ++ 1:11
  5. 5 - FE - Radiance 7:11
  6. 6 - Ellarald - Unnatural Natural 6:23
  7. 7 - P-SH - Netoa Vi 2:59
  8. 8 - Brandon Locius Full Swing feat. P-SH - Thunder In Paradise 3:16
  9. 9 - Ellarald - Riversong 5:24

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S A D
Studia Spiritual

28,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Vlad Dobrovolski - Far Above The Ground 4:04
  2. 2 - S A D - Ini Ke Edi 7:15
  3. 3 - P-SH - Merging Bottoms 4:27
  4. 4 - P-SH - ++ 1:11
  5. 5 - FE - Radiance 7:11
  6. 6 - Ellarald - Unnatural Natural 6:23
  7. 7 - P-SH - Netoa Vi 2:59
  8. 8 - Brandon Locius Full Swing feat. P-SH - Thunder In Paradise 3:16
  9. 9 - Ellarald - Riversong 5:24

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

Studia Spiritual features a variety of recordings from Vasily Stepanov and Vlad Dobrovolski as part of their on-going S A D project. As part of their process, S A D sample and distort old de-magnetised tapes, constantly adding to and reworking their own sound-world. Layers of kosmiche synthesisers, off-kilter woodblock percussion and lysergic field recordings interplay with dense ambient textures in a true collage-style approach to music making.


Across the nine tracks, multiple collaborations and aliases coalesce to present a thorough look at both artists approach to communicating the world around them. Drawing influence from nature and the outdoor concerts of Vladislav’s band Kurvenschreiber as well as late night free jazz shows and a similar ‘hauntological’ approach seen in Dobrovolski’s recent ‘Playbacks for Dreaming’, the pair express a unique genre-traversing attitude.

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