Review of Intuited Architectures in Neural magazine.
“.……The dissonances the organic and electronic sounds, the scraping modulations and the whole original manipulative processes have given birth to a range of expressive possibilities and unmeant combinations. At the same time the meticulous positioning of single sound impulses is altogether part of continues sequences, active settings and coherent plots….”
“...The guitar is the instrument of which Truslove is the master and its sounds are free from mobile and liquid sequences that don’t lack energetic passion and well codified correspondent features and performative style.…”
Read the full review here
“…What you’ll find at Intuited Architectures is a mixture of electronic and analog sounds, like gigantic sound constructions rising in the void, brick over brick and cement over cement so that the final building – the piece – can last in time. Solid, useful, and even occasionally beautiful….”
Translated using Google Translate. Full article here
Released on Crónica Electronica on 09/05/2017.
Available for download here.
- Suite II, Portals (07:36)
- Suite II, Convergence (08:26)
- Suite II, Divergent Dialogues (08:19)
- Elements (08:22)
- Concrètisations X (14:45)
- Strata (20:24)
- All pieces created by Graeme Truslove.
- Double Bass on Strata performed by George Lyle.
- Photo by Alison Clifford.
- Produced with support from The University of the West of Scotland.
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging (James Wyness and Graeme Truslove) performed Rikka at the CCA, Glasgow this month as part of the xCoAx conference. Unfortunately James could not make it due to personal circumstances, so I created a simple shuffling algorithm to select from some of James’ solo recordings and did a solo show.
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging (James Wyness and Graeme Truslove) performed Ikenobo Ikebana at the beautiful São Bento da Vitória monastery in Porto, Portugal this month as part of the xCoAx conference.
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging will be playing at:
17th May 2014 – St Johns Church, The Pleasance, Jedburgh, Scotland.
10am – 4pm, St Johns Church: four-channel sound installation of new music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
7pm, The Butterfield Room, Jedburgh Community and Arts Centre (behind St Johns Church): evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
27th June 2014 – The São Bento da Vitória Monastery, Porto, Portugal.
Part of the xCoAx 2014 Conference.
9.30pm – midnight. Evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
More dates to follow…