År & Dag is a new association initiated by Michael Mørkholt, Anders Lauge Meldgaard, Andreas Pallisgaard and Mads Forsby – who come from their own labels, Lille Kommune, Yoyooyoy and Oede Oe. The focal points are music releases and concerts, which will aim at expanding the space surrounding the album format and create exchange and dialogue concerning the methodology of music, its potentials and its lines of connections - inwards and outwards. The association will constitute a platform for the four musicians and composers' future activities.

 

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Son Ash - Easy Listening For The Hearing Impaired

 

 

Son Ash is the name of Andreas Pallisgaard’s (Pinkunoizu, Anden Enhed) new solo project, which also marks the beginning of a new Copenhagen based association for curious music named År & Dag.

 

Son Ash 'Easy Listening For The Hearing Impaired' is released on vinyl and numerous digital platforms on September 22nd 2017.

 

Andreas Pallisgaard has been doing music in several years playing in various experimental groups and has, as a producer, nurtured the Copenhagen music scene with his work on a series of records during the latest years.

 

'Easy Listening For The Hearing Impaired' is a collection of timbral, rhythmical and structural studio experiments for analogue synthesizers, sequencers and reel tape. Part of the material stems from free improvisation, while other parts are composed from more strict and conformational principles.

 

The album is concerned with the idea of beginning and becoming, and an increasing expanse is embedded in the progression of the album, that gradually unfolds its ramifications over time.

Evolution, demerging, splicing, filtering and proliferation are among the thematic movements that are reappearing along the record. 'Easy Listening For The Hearing Impaired' is driven by a circular logic that unfolds the energy of repetition onwards through the shifting plateaus of the album.

The musical constructions of the album are in many ways without hierarchy; it’s the many, not the one, being in focus.