Title: Aesthetically Nebulous
Keywords: electroacoustic; post-concrete; ambient; experimental; live electronics; sound collages
01 - Three Icebergs - 8:32
02 - Perceptive Colliders - 10:46
03 - Nebulous Slides - 8:22
04 - In Search of the Russolo’s Piano - 7:36
05 - Watery Landscape - 7:24
06 - Pianistic Latency - 7:21
07 - Aesthetic Telluric Movements - 6:56
The perception of aesthetic in art is a nebulous concept based on cultural specifics and individual interpretations. So, from icebergs to telluric movements, the aesthetically nebulous path of this album is to immerse deeply in the clouds of sounds for discovering nebulous universes from beyond our introspective perception.
About Zreen Toyz:
Liking pushing aside the notion of composer or musician, the French artist Zreen Toyz often defines himself as a Sound-Sculptor or Sound-Poet.
By distrust to any shape of dogmatism and conformity, he refuses the dishonest compromise or the allegiance to movements, schools, and institutions, even if he approaches them by pure thirst of knowledge.
He works with sound material following the inspiration of moment, a raw approach which lets any imperfection or sound incident become a harshness on which to hang on atmospheres and reflections, an approach where the vibrations and collages of sounds erases the structure of the piece.
A reduction by labels don't glue on his music; he presents it as free of any constraint and limit, instinctive and timeless.