The Way To Destroy And Create Things / Screenplay And Outline For An Unexpected Space

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"Every once in a while a record comes along that totally possesses our hearts and minds, and I have to say, 'The Way To Destroy And Create Things' by Belgium's AKSU is one of those records. A genuninely important recording. Recorded at the Lacambre Museum of architecture in Brussels, this piece is a serious tour de force which draws from numerous sources yet creates something new from its alchemy. Hints of the stunning Don Caballero related improv unit STORM & STRESS, if you remember their pioneering work. Add some Einsturzende Neubauten, Universe Zero, John Zorn, Rune Grammafon artists and an assault of bleak, thundering guitar crush and that'll only give you a tiny glimpse of the greatness unveiled here. "

///Paradigms Recordings

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released November 8, 2013

Pierre A. /// Drums and percussion.
Guillaume C. /// Guitar and effects, trumpet and voices.

///Recorded and mixed by Pierre Valfrey at La Cambre Museum.
///Mastered by Jules Fradet.

///Cover pict by Anaïs Verdon.
///Artwork by M.C. De Jong.
Thanks to Anthony Pamart for his video assistance.

Available on Paradigms Recordings:
www.paradigms-recordings.com

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AKSU Brussel, Belgium

AKSU is an improvisation noise project existing since the 11th Oct 2011.
We try to divert sleeping architecture and conventionnal live conditions to create an other reflection of spaces and sounds (among other things).
The physical and sensitive experience is the core of our actions.
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