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Turbulence Doom Choir - Angular Velocity Vectors

Turbulence Doom Choir - Angular Velocity Vectors by PEK buy album

PEK

Label: Evil Clown
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:03:08
Views: 2,044

Track Listing

1. Angular Displacement 20:11; 2. Matrix of the Frame 20:59; 3. Skew-Symmetric 21:58;

Personnel

PEK
PEK

multi-instrumentalist

Additional Personnel / Information

- PEK - alto, tenor & bass saxophones, piccolo & contraalto clarinets, tarota, whistles, [d]ronin, ms-20, daxophone, electric kazoo, orchestral chimes, guzheng, crank & wind sirens, samples, Ableton mix, metal; - David Harris - tuba, trombone, orchestral chimes, crank siren, metal; - John Baylies - tuba, electronics, laptop; - Yuri Zbitnov - drums, metal, electric kazoo

Album Description

Orchestra and Turbulence Doom Choir is the side project with both Tubas, the horns of PEK and Yuri on drums and percussion... Featuring lots of electronics, signal processing and a real time mix on Ableton of prerecorded samples..


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