Here’s an experimentation on montage by Len Lye, artist from New Zealand, Heavily influanced by Tribal cultures such as Aborigenal, pacific and african cultures, and also surrealism and abstraction. Lye worked on early technique of colorisation in the 30′ and is a pioneer of “direct film”, a technique that consists in making a movie without the use of a camera, by painting, scratching, tearing the film. the most famous of his movie using this process is Free Radicals – dancing letters, scratched & painted film, tribal music-
This one, Tusalava, is his first experimental movie kept alive, back in 1929.
Second album of Ametsub. This is some quality release. Blured melody, glitched scapes & low-fi textures, chilled but yet complex beats. What a wonderful mixture this young producer from japan gives us trough this 12 tracks album. with an unbreakable coherence, this sure will delight your ears and your mind.