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Markus Reuter - Falling For Ascension
 

Zero Times Everything - Sonic Cinema

 

Falling For Ascension by Markus Reuter

The latest album from Germany-based composer, touch guitarist Markus Reuter. Reuter, who works with Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto in the group Stick Men, collaborates with the progressive groove Swiss group SONAR and electro-exotic musician Tobias Reber.

ECM artist Nik Bärtsch – who’s Ronin Records label releases this cd in Europe – says of Reuter’s latest effort, ”What we hear is the mystic materialization of a visionary, abstract mind. One that can dance.”

Reuter institutes Robert Fripp-like steel shredding leads with the Touch Guitar methodology...” - All About Jazz

Reuter is not easily equated with another artist and is firmly in possession of his own sound.” - Futuresequence

Reuter's conception and realization is brilliant...This is a triumph. More than that it is brilliant, a breakthrough in form and sound.” - Gapplegate Classical-Modern Review

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Sonic Cinema by Zero Times Everything.

Avant-garde post-industrial pre-cambrian pan-ethnic serial noise proto-punk neocortex music. It lives at the intersection of “My Life in the Bush of Ghosts” and Autechre, mixing glitchcore, ambient, and progressive rock. Members Richard Sylvarnes, Pietro Russino and Tony Geballe began working together as “live soundtracks” for Sylvarnes’ films which have shown in Greece, Germany, England, Brazil, Russia and at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC.

The multimedia performances of ZXE have been featured at the NY Festival of Light, in collaboration with Rush lighting designer Howard Ungerleider and with the celebrated Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos at the MGM Grand Casino in Macau, China.

 

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