Both prolific composers in their own right working within the field of modern composition/ new electronic music, Berlin-based Yair Elazar Glotman and Stockholm-based Mats Erlandsson have been collaborating since 2015. Following Deutsche Gramophon's release of Jóhann Jóhannsson's 'Last and First Men' project which Yair co-composed, the pair's sophomore album 'Emanate' is a powerful and stunningly executed extended duration work that utilises a fantastic ensemble cast and continues to explore their ideas of a 'displaced sound' - combining electronic and acoustic sound sources through both analogue and digital means to create a gorgeous and ambiguous composite work, a music that sounds neither clearly electronic or acoustic, existing instead in some in-between space.
Both prolific composers in their own right working within the field of modern composition/ new electronic music, Berlin-based Yair Elazar Glotman and Stockholm-based Mats Erlandsson have been collaborating since 2015. Following Deutsche Gramophon's release of Jóhann Jóhannsson's 'Last and First Men' project which Yair co-composed, the pair's sophomore album 'Emanate' is a powerful and stunningly executed extended duration work that utilises a fantastic ensemble cast and continues to explore their ideas of a 'displaced sound' - combining electronic and acoustic sound sources through both analogue and digital means to create a gorgeous and ambiguous composite work, a music that sounds neither clearly electronic or acoustic, existing instead in some in-between space.
600116134011

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FAT CAT
Rel. Date: 06/12/2020
UPC: 600116134011

Emanate
Artist: Yair Glotman Elazar / Erlandsson,Mats
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 21.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. From Light to Refraction
2. Interlude I
3. From Refraction to Procession
4. Interlude II
5. Procession
6. Interlude III
7. From Procession to Refraction
8. Interlude IV

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Both prolific composers in their own right working within the field of modern composition/ new electronic music, Berlin-based Yair Elazar Glotman and Stockholm-based Mats Erlandsson have been collaborating since 2015. Following Deutsche Gramophon's release of Jóhann Jóhannsson's 'Last and First Men' project which Yair co-composed, the pair's sophomore album 'Emanate' is a powerful and stunningly executed extended duration work that utilises a fantastic ensemble cast and continues to explore their ideas of a 'displaced sound' - combining electronic and acoustic sound sources through both analogue and digital means to create a gorgeous and ambiguous composite work, a music that sounds neither clearly electronic or acoustic, existing instead in some in-between space.