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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
domingo, 23 marzo 2008
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Kamran Sadeghi, “Through Thickness”, Dragons Eye Recordings, 2008

Kamran Sadeghi, 'Through Thickness', Dragons Eye Recordings, 2008

“Through Thickness” es el primer álbum larga duración de Kamran Sadeghi y su cuarto disco en el sello de Seatle Dragons Eye Recordings. También trabaja con el seudónimo de Son of Rose.
Sadeghi es un artista sonoro, audiovisual y compositor quien trabaja en la escena electrónica experimental de Seattle.
“Through Thickness” es parte de la serie “Kha” que explora las variaciones rítmicas y también es un trabajo audiovisual titulado “Kha Variations” que transforma el sonido en color, forma y movimiento lo que produce la construcción de mapas visuales.
Electrónica minimal y glitch con pulsantes beats que van lentamente creciendo en cambiantes ritmos, asperas texturas y densas capas de sonidos deconstruidos.
www.drangonseyerecordings.com, www.kamransadeghi.com y www.sonofrose.com


Guillermo Escudero
Agosto 2008

Through Thickness’ is the full length release by Kamran Sadeghi and his fourth release on Seattle based Dragons Eye Recordings. Also he works under the moniker of Son of Rose.
He’s a sound, audio visual artist and composer who work in the experimental electronic Seattle’s scene.
Through Thickness’ is part of the ongoing series ‘Kha’ that explores rhythm and also is an audiovisual work under the title of ‘Kha Variations’ that deals with sound that transforms into color, shape and motion and this produce specific visuals.
Minimal glitch electronics with pulsing beats that go slowly growing into shift rhythm, rough textures and dense layers of deconstructed sounds.
www.drangonseyerecordings.com, www.kamransadeghi.com and www.sonofrose.com

Guillermo Escudero
August 2008

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