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Kort / Kitundu - Eighteen July Two Thousand Four mp3 flac

Performer: Kort
Title: Eighteen July Two Thousand Four
Style: Abstract, Experimental
Released: 2007
Size MP3 version: 1559 mb
Size FLAC version: 1952 mb
Size WMA version: 1483 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 450
Genre: Electronic

Kort / Kitundu - Eighteen July Two Thousand Four mp3 flac

Me and my girlfriend having a debate on the proper way to pronounce 2018. Is it Two thousand eighteen or Twenty eighteen?

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Walter Kitundu (b. 1973) is an American instrument builder, composer and sound artist best known as an inventor of the 'Phonoharp' – an innovative electroacoustic instrument that combines with a stringed section. In September 2008, Kitundu received a MacArthur Fellowship. He was born in Rochester, Minnesota and spent his early childhood in Tanzania. Walter returned to the United States at the age of 8, and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in the late nineties. Kronos Quartet invited Kitundu to create and build new instruments for the ensemble. Kort, Kitundu - Eighteen July Two Thousand Four ‎(10").

Min-Oh" is the first track on the EP, commencing with a smattering of string textures, looped feedback and flecked operatic soprano textures reminiscent of a murky distant memory.

I always say two thousand and eighteen and I am going to say two thousand and nineteen for next year as well, but in 2020 I will switch over to twenty twenty. The rest of my family say two thousand and eighteen as well and it's because 10 years ago no one said/says twenty oh eight! George Collins, Jan 21, 2018. George Collins, Jan 21, 2018. We had to say tickety eighteen because terrorists had stolen the word twenty.

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May your Twenty Eighteen be blessed, and whoever is still saying Two Thousand and Eighteen should be sent to prison until Twenty Twenty Two. Happy New Year! It's Twenty Eighteen, not Two Thousand and Eighteen updated their profile picture.


A1 Min-Oh
A2 Rokafela
A3 So
B1 6ix Days Ago
B2 Abacus
B3 Aria


Very limited and handmade covers.
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Alexander Kort is a filmmaker, installation artist and cellist, who plays both the electric and acoustic variants of the instrument, as well as double bass. He has performed as both a traditional classical instrumentalist and also played more improvisational, experimental electro-acoustic music. His credits include performances with Tony Conrad, The Phantom Of The Opera, The Thief Of Baghdad and creating creating "mindstream", an orchestral arrangement of a song by Meat Beat Manifesto which accompanied his directly animated film.Kitundu is an experimental composer, graphic artist and musical instrument builder widely known for his family of phonoharps. He handcrafts these unique electro-acoustic instruments that are one part turntable, one part stringed instrument. The string instrument components can range from standard harps and guitars to traditional West African instruments like the Kora. In addition to collaborating with groups such as Kronos Quartet, Kitundu is a professor at the California College of the Arts, a regular Artist-In-Residence at a number of institutions on the West Coast and in 2008 was a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship. "Min-Oh" is the first track on the EP, commencing with a smattering of string textures, looped feedback and flecked operatic soprano textures reminiscent of a murky distant memory. The latter clearly must have come from the record player component of Kitundu's phonoharp. This introduction gives way lazily to a flurry of contrapuntal plucked micro-melodies evocative of a master Kora player like Djeli Moussa Sissoko. At one point, a distinctly Malian refrain appeared ever so fleetingly, it nostalgically made me listen ever so much more attentively.On "Rokafela", Kort and Kitundu go on a distinctly asymmetrical experimental electro-acoustic jaunt, presenting the listener with a veritable haberdashery of alien tones, amorphous percussive spasms and utterly exquisite sonic contradictions!With "So", we're back in an acoustic space with layered spaciousness and clusters of smokey, harp and cello lines evoke smoldering embers of sound. Kort is fantastic on the cello, bowing dark melancholic, rustic phrases, while Kitundu's plucked phonoharp flickers gentle harplike ostinatos with effortless warmth. The sonic versatility of the phonoharp and its compatibility with the cello is on full display here. This is perhaps my favorite piece of the EP as Kort's carefully executed electric cello lines manifest as filtered through the technological and cultural prism of the Kitundus's phonoharp stylus.