Ad noiseam adn23 - Released on May 5th, 2003
Full length CD.
track), 4min, 1.9 Mbyte
beauty (complete track), 6min 13s, 2.9 Mbytes
my fairy (excerpt), 2min, 945 Kbytes
Fairytales and electronic music. What if you were to give back
a soul and a smile to this sound you listen to? What if you closed
your eyes and imagined what your favorite children stories were
to sound like? The pretty princess and the big bad wolf have jumped
out of their pages and become little themes and sound waves. They
step gently and softly to your ears, enacting their relentless quests
and fights as subtle melodies and rhythms. "Kniga Skazok":
the book of fairytales turned into music.
The driving force behind most of today's electronic music from
Kiritchenko has been both a radio and video in Kharkov, and
is at the origins of the Nexsound
label, a hive of Ukrainian acts whose talent is slowly being recognized
worldwide. Fresh from his collaboration with Andreas
Berthling and Kim
Kiritchenko presents here his first and longest work to date
under his own name. Letting behind the most obscure experimentations
and atmospheric works he releases as Nihil Est Excellence and Sidharta,
he goes back here to more gentle and subtle arrangements, seductive
structures and precise compositions.
On the foundation of a modern and abstract genre, Andrey
Kiritchenko paints beautiful and naive stories perfectly fitting
his clicks and tones. An album to be listened to with your eyes
closed, a bedtime story for your ears.
Artwork by Thomas Ekelund.
Mastered by C-Drík at Syrphe.
/ Nexsound: http://www.nexsound.org
Kiritchenko releases on Ad Noiseam:
-"Interplays, in between" -