water & architecture

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Eight record of a thematic series of 9.
Published from 1993 to 1998 called Utopian Diaries.
Water & Architecture was released in 1998.

Nature, cities, water, concrete... Water eating rocks, shores. Cities eating landscapes, life. Those two elements are interconnected, though fighting. In between there are humans, needing both elements to survive. A shelter to protect the close to 70% of water a body is made of. What is the connection, the dialogue, the potential of construction/destruction? What is the impact of architecture on water, what is its influence on modern cities?

Featuring unreleased material from:

Directions
Post-rock with electronica flavours, featuring Bundy K. Brown (Tortoise, Bastro, Gastr del Sol...) and Doug Sharin (June of 44, Him, Rex...). Recorded in Tortoise Studio, Chicago.

Seefeel
Too Pure, Warp... Seefeel was some unique act in the pop-electronica scene. Somewhere in between folk-dub-intelligent electro. These two tracks are mixing natural rhythms, minimal electronica...

Atom Heart
It was the first track released by Atom TM in his new studio located in Santiago. It starts as some German techno groove to end into some electro-'limbo'.

Bisk
The Osaka post Drum'n' Bass wizard "desturcturer", Naohiro Fujikawa, in a three piece suite of sounds, strange, odd, Bisk...

AER (ALPHA ECHO ROMEO)
aka Aka Jon Wozencroft, british British designer, co-founder of the Touch label composer composed these tracks with sounds collected worldwide. Architectural experimentation.

Including 29 notes on water & architecture
by Guy-Marc Hinant.
Photos and design by Jon Wozencroft.

FEATURES

DIRECTIONS (BUNDY K. BROWN + DOUG SHARIN)
ATOM HEART
BISK
SEEFEEL
AER (JON WOZENCROFT)

TRACK LISTING CD / 10 TRACKS

01 Directions: enCode
02 Atom Heart: Space is Sanity
03 Bisk: Circular Sound
04 Bisk: Sewing Thread
06 Bisk: Vague Recollection
06 Seefeel: Is it now?
07 Seefeel: Ripley
08 AER: Radio Sibera
09 AER: Take off your Clothes
10 AER: Requiem for a Globe