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Arsenne + Cisak + Oleksinski - Untitled Full Album

Arsenne + Cisak + Oleksinski - Untitled Full Album Performer: Arsenne + Cisak + Oleksinski
Title: Untitled
Style: Drone, Ambient, Doom Metal, Experimental, Noise
Category: Electro / Rock
Date of release: 06 Aug 2015
Country: Russia
Label: Frozen Light
Catalog number: FZL 027
Size MP3: 1882 mb
Size FLAC: 2012 mb
Rating: 4.5

Tracklist

19:12
2ø15:19
317:04
4{1}16:16

Credits

  • Artwork, Layout, DesignOlga Matveeva
  • Bass, Vocals, EffectsPiotr Cisak
  • Guitar, Loops, Performer [Fuzz Microphone, Joystic Oscillator]Arthur Arsenne
  • Guitar, Vocals, EffectsPaweł Oleksinski
  • Mastered ByArthur Arsenne
  • Photography ByArthur Arsenne

Notes

CD in jewel box with 8-page booklet.
Limited to 300 stamp-numbered copies.
Recorded live in the White Room, March 2015 in Nice, France

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: FZL 027 2015 Arthur + Piotr + Pawel
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched In Mould SID Code Area): ООО "Маркон" Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ №77-103

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Markon

Album

The untitled album opens with the track 1 not kidding 16:15 minutes of length, yet still not the most lengthy creation on this album, which starts and continues in quite a hypnotic manner. This kind of Drone, Ambient-laden material brings quite some Consouling Sounds efforts to mind as from the start, and that great feeling goes on throughout the whole journey. Recently I saw the documentary 'Beware Of Mr Baker', about Ginger Baker, so I hummed 'White Room' when I saw that the disc by Arthur Arsenne guitar, loops, fuzz microphone, joystic oscillator, Piotr Cisak bass, vocals. Untitled by Arsenne Cisak Oleksinski, released 06 August 2015 1. ø 3. Arthur Arsenne from France, Piotr Cisak & Paweł Oleksinski, both from Poland, are modern European post-industrial music experimentators. This Power Trio clustered to create Doom-driven Drone Ambient with Noise and Abstract sounds collected in an untitled live album. Emptiness and Silence. Untitled by Piotr Cisak , Pawel Oleksinski, Arthur Arsenne, released 06 August 2015 Arthur Arsenne from France, Piotr Cisak & Paweł Oleksinski, both from Poland, are modern European post-industrial music experimentators. Arthur Arsenne from France and Piotr Cisak and Pawel Oleksinski, both from Poland, are modern European post-industrial music experimentators. This Power Trio clustered to create doom-driven drone ambient with noise and abstract sounds collected on an untitled. read more . Arsenne Cisak Oleksinski - Untitled. Performer: Arsenne Album: Untitled Country: Russia Released: 2015 Style: Drone, Ambient, Doom Metal, Experimental, Noise Size MP3: 1334 mb. Size FLAC: 1802 mb. Size WMA: 1531 mb. Artwork, Layout, Design Olga Matveeva. Bass, Vocals, Effects Piotr Cisak. Guitar, Loops, Performer Arthur Arsenne. Guitar, Vocals, Effects Paweł Oleksinski. Mastered By Arthur Arsenne. Photography By Arthur Arsenne. Arthur Arsenne from France, Piotr Cisak & Pawel Oleksinski, both from Poland, are modern European post-industrial music experimentators. This Power Trio clustered to create Doom-driven Drone Ambient with Noise and Abstract sounds collected in an untitled live album. Untitled is the ninth album by the American rock band the Byrds and was released in September 1970 on Columbia Records see 1970 in music. It is a double album, with the first LP featuring live concert recordings from early 1970, and a second disc consisting of new studio recordings. The album represented the first official release of any live recordings by the band, as well as the first appearance on a Byrds' record of new recruit Skip Battin, who had replaced the band's previous bass player, John. Album: Piotr Cisak & Paweł Oleksiński - Amicitia Mudblob Tapes, 2014 . Available on cassette and for free download here: Video by Justyna Górowska. Piotr Cisak Kepa Yew - - Продолжительность: 1:20:27 rtsfmgniezno Recommended for you. Az Idegenlégió: a legkeményebb hadsereg E1 part1 - Продолжительность: 14:51 Király Olivér Recommended for you. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Gdansk Poland originated artists Piotr Cisak and Paweł Oleksiński have been working together a thousand times before, very often with other sonic experimentators like violinist Tomasz Mrenca or Dorota Mortek. I am pleased to refer to a project-album they released in Summer 2015 via Frozen Light, called Arsenne Cisak Oleksiński, a collaboration with Artur Arsenne for the review Id like to invite you to check out the update of January 17th 2016. The latter, Artur Arsenne, is the guy behind the new label Arsenic Solaris, and part of the Death Carnival Records crew as well

User reviews
Ranenast
Original: ConcreteWeb ( http://www.concreteweb.be/reviews/arsenne-cisak-oleksinski )

The Russian label Frozen Light isn’t known for their (Black) Metal releases only, since they do have quite some Noise / Ambient / Industrial / Drone projects on their roster as well. A new release is the result of a collaboration in between three Post-Industrial musicians, being Frenchman Arthur Arsenne (guitar, loops, fuzz microphone and joystick oscillator; he took care of the photography too, as well of the mastering; he’s the guy as well who runs the labels Death Carnival Records and the new label Arsenic Solaris, and active in Mitantecuntri and solo-outfit Lands Of Conifer) and two guys from Poland, Piotr Cisak (bass, vocals, effects) and Paweł Oleksinski (guitar, vocals, effects). Both Polish colleagues did work together several times before, by the way.

The trio did record four lengthy pieces live in the city of Nice, France, at the White Room studio. The result is a fabulous collection of aural experiments that do impress as from the very first note until the very end. It gets released via Frozen Light in an edition of 300 numbered copies, including an eight-paged booklet with artwork composed by Olga Matveeva, being strongly related to the Frozen Light-staff and releases.

The untitled album opens with the track {1} (not kidding!) (16:15 minutes of length, yet still not the most lengthy creation on this album), which starts (and continues) in quite a hypnotic manner. This kind of Drone / Ambient-laden material brings quite some Consouling Sounds efforts to mind as from the start, and that (great) feeling goes on throughout the whole journey. Spacelike sounds, eerie guitar lines, dreamlike synth loops, haunting field recordings and psychedelic riffing are gathered to create a mostly mesmerizing soundtrack, trespassing the limitations of the scene. Softly hidden electronic devices, Post-oriented structures / sounds and, especially, the addition of cruel voices create a rare yet mostly intriguing atmosphere that grabs the listener’s attention for sure. It’s unique how easy it seems to create such multi-dimensional effort!

The second creation, called ø (15:18), is much darker in atmosphere and execution. Still based on the so-called field-basics, and focusing on transcendental and mesmerizing sound(scape)s, ø rather balances on the fragile border in between eerie Dark Ambient and a flair of apocalyptic Post-Industrial (à la the Canadian scene). Actually, it sounds less transcendental and more down-to-earth (even underwordly?), with, towards the end (as from eleven minutes) those mystic –why not: Americana-injected– guitar tunes and acoustics.

The composition (3) then again (17:03) comes closer to the ‘traditional’ Death-Industrial trend with its samples, effects and noises. Besides, this piece is much more horrific and oppressive, utterly evil, malignant, suffocative! Massive guitar drones, haunting synth passages, grim voices, bleak sounds – (3) surely shows this project’s most malignant and malicious existence. This track might be the most perfected definition of how a nightmare can be expressed the sonic way. But it makes you wanna dream along…

The fourth and last piece, ¶ (09:11, and therefore the sole ‘song’ beneath ten minutes), mingles noisy effects, industrial drones and ambient soundscapes unto another haunting, little scarifying and post-dimensional journey through spheres of mental existentialism and nihilism at once. In contradiction to {1}, ø and (3), ¶ turns out to be the most zen-alike piece, despite the breath-grabbing approach, and the least drone-hammering as well. Yet still one cannot ignore the asphyxiating, ominous and mostly uncomfortable attitude, and despite lacking the Aidan Baker’ish elements from the first pieces, this one is at least as interesting.

Piotr and Pawel did work before many times, but within this constellation, which includes Monsieur Arsenne, they did create something magnificent, something that trespasses boundaries, limitations, narrow-mindedness in all aspects. Super(b)!

Ivan Tibos.
95/100
ME
Original: Vital Weekly ( http://www.vitalweekly.net/1013.html )

Recently I saw the documentary 'Beware Of Mr Baker', about Ginger Baker, so I hummed 'White Room' when I saw that the disc by Arthur Arsenne (guitar, loops, fuzz microphone, joystic oscillator), Piotr Cisak (bass, vocals, effects) and Pawel Oleksinski (guitar, vocals, effects) was recorded in The White Room (Nice, France; yeah I could have hummed 'Nice In Nice' too), in March 2015. Their music is described as 'doom-driven drone ambient with noise and abstract sounds', which sounds like an almost correct description, although the 'noise' is not something I necessarily agreed with. Here we have four long pieces of slow developing guitar sounds, a bit ambient metal, a bit of humming voices and a very dark sound. I am sure lights were off that night in Nice. I can imagine that this sounded great that night in that place, but I am not entirely convinced it works as well as on disc. It is all a bit long and without too much variation. After about thirty minutes I knew what they were about, and then there was another thirty to go. It wasn't bad at all, don't get me wrong, but my attention started to wane after some time, and I wasn't down under in this swamp to fully enjoy it.