This week on our International Tribe mix series presented by Global Roots, we have one of the most influential improvisational musicians Samuel Rohrer in the mix for the next hour.
His percussion style flows with an implicit quality into his electronic arrangements, returns enriched with seductive energy and presents itself as the crucible where new possibilities are invited. Tune in to catch a true blend of acoustic and electronic sounds, which create together multi-tonal harmonic world through the combination of rich electro-acoustic overtones. Don’t forget to check out his last solo album ‘Continual Decentering’, his new collaborative album with Max Loderbauer, Stian Westerhus, Tobias Freund out now and the forthcoming contribution to Concentric. -> Listen to PODCAST
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“…The album renders a distinguished and surprising organic variety of creational processes in concentrated short pieces as well as more extended instances. Key are the shifting, tilting and overlaying of its metrics on the micro and macro levels. It’s a continuously differentiating affair within the flow, the transparency of its melodic foils and attractiveness of hatches opening up. There is, by coincidence, some correspondence with the shifting movements and intricate patterns of confluence in gamelan music produced in ensemble work. In short, you shouldn’t expect the standard drummer album with additional electronics. The album is rather an electro-acoustic work of refined varied orchestral qualities by a multi-instrumentalist….” –>Read More