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Deaf Center in Manchester


Out this evening to Trinity Church again to see Deaf Center as part of a Type Records-themed event. Greg Haines set things rolling with a mysterious e-bow/autoharp performance where he managed to coax from a stringed instrument the kind of sounds more usually associated with electronic music.

Deaf Center are Norwegians Erik Skodvin and Otto Totland who were assisted this evening by Kristin Evensen Giæver on wordless vocals. Much of their set seemed to be versions of their Pale Ravine album which sounded a lot more substantial played live. Especially good were the clouds of noise with shifting harmonic layers, the kind of thing Boards of Canada do then often spoil by introducing a plodding rhythm. Deaf Center avoid plodding rhythms and are all the better for it.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Machinefabriek in Manchester
Trinity rendezvous
Helios in Manchester



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2 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Thombeau


    Ooh, sounds extremely cool!

  2. #2 posted by John


    Very cool, it’s a nice venue. But I should really take a cushion if I’m going to sit on the floor again next time!






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