Artist: Ilia Belorukov
Title: Secret. What is There Inside?
Keywords: electroacoustic, ambient, free improvisation, free-jazz
1 - Presentiment - 2:45 (320 kbps)
2 - Solar Eclipse or The End of Ucertainty - 15:00 (320 kbps)
3 - 7 Kilometers - 20:33 (320 kbps)
4 - Door Bell and Nobody is at Home - 3:44 (320 kbps)
5 - Long Hooters - 7:59 (320 kbps)
6 - Expectation - 18:38 (320 kbps)
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"Secret" is his first album in the genres of electroacoustic music and ambient. Unlike the musician's main activities associated with free improvisation this work is more compositional though it contains one long improvisation on alto and tenor saxophones. Bass-guitar is the main instrument in this work, it creates rhythmic structures and melodic lines and it forms atmospheres by volume and superpositions of sounds.
Ilia – Bass Guitar, Alto & Tenor Saxophones, Noises, Sounds
Recorded by Ilia at Illusion Studio on March-May 2006
Mastered by Philip Croaton at Fate Speaks Studio
Photos by Shurshac
Cover Art by Ilia
Ilia Belorukov is a musician from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He works in the direction of free improvisation, free-jazz, noise and electroacoustic music. Ilia practices an experimental approach of sound extraction on different types of saxophones (alto, tenor and baritone) and on flute (inc. fluteophone). He often plays at The Gallery of Experimental Sound – 21 (GES-21), Saint-Petersburg.
Ilia has played with such musicians as Vladislav Makarov, Nikolay Rubanov, Alexey Lapin, Roman Stolyar, Andrey Popovskiy, Philip Croaton.
He is a member of Totalitarian Musical Sect (TMS), DaDaZu & Wozzeck.