Tristan Arp
Sculpturegardening

22,00

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why we love this

Sparkling with many shades and pulsating with a variety of energies. All of them make you float in intoxication.

about the record

Sculpturegardening is an otherworldly record populated by knotty modular textures, blossoming floral melodies, tight pointillist rhythms, and glossy acoustic instrumentation. The record was born from a process of “collaborating with machines”: using modular synthesizers to generate probabilistic melodies and rhythms, with Tristan Arp taking on the role of sculptor and curator. Throughout, the boundaries between the organic and digital are playfully blurred: we hear synthesisers played by guitars; emotive and distinctly human melodies generated by modular circuits; digital percussion drummed by hand; and live cello processed with a digital finish.

  1. 1 - Pond In Moonlight 3:06
  2. 2 - From The Seams 4:18
  3. 3 - Marble Net 1:59
  4. 4 - Foraging Music 2:15
  5. 5 - A Clearing (In Empty Space) 2:48
  6. 6 - Gypsum 5:14
  7. 7 - Photosynthesis 2:40
  8. 8 - Thought Painting 2:38
  9. 9 - Cloud Surface 5:00

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Tristan Arp
Sculpturegardening

22,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Pond In Moonlight 3:06
  2. 2 - From The Seams 4:18
  3. 3 - Marble Net 1:59
  4. 4 - Foraging Music 2:15
  5. 5 - A Clearing (In Empty Space) 2:48
  6. 6 - Gypsum 5:14
  7. 7 - Photosynthesis 2:40
  8. 8 - Thought Painting 2:38
  9. 9 - Cloud Surface 5:00

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why we love this

Sparkling with many shades and pulsating with a variety of energies. All of them make you float in intoxication.

about the record

Sculpturegardening is an otherworldly record populated by knotty modular textures, blossoming floral melodies, tight pointillist rhythms, and glossy acoustic instrumentation. The record was born from a process of “collaborating with machines”: using modular synthesizers to generate probabilistic melodies and rhythms, with Tristan Arp taking on the role of sculptor and curator. Throughout, the boundaries between the organic and digital are playfully blurred: we hear synthesisers played by guitars; emotive and distinctly human melodies generated by modular circuits; digital percussion drummed by hand; and live cello processed with a digital finish.

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