Gyors, Lassu marks an important milestone in the evolution of Martial Canterel's music, progressing far beyond the cages of "minimal synth" and embracing the noisier qualities of it's sound with a renewed urgency, a kind of thickness embodied in multiple layers using only Eurorack, Serge and Roland 100 modular systems at his disposal and flushing out the entire session in one take. Sine waves are rendered into walls of guitar-like noise on songs like "And I Thought," while the stretching out and liquefaction of what were once very precise pointillist staccato synthesizer arpeggios are marshaled into layers of violent bliss on "Gyors, Lassu. " the analogue labor and the density of sound highlight the character of continuous performance of the music, where the intertwining of the artist and his work is profoundly material in it's quality. As in a modern embodiment of the potter's wheel# the hands, the texture of clay, with ceramic material.
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