[The tracks on this album are continuous -- they should be played without any gaps between them]
In January 2000, TaaPet came back to Herzliya Museum, with some new ideas about space manipulation: The ‘Man-O-Phone’, a small metal structure with a big head (a magnifying glass) and two small arms, was incorporated within the performance. One hand of the Man-O-Phone held a small sign with text written in tiny fonts, while the other was holding a small cordless microphone. In some cases the Man-O-Phone transmitted people’s voices as if it was “spying” on their conversations, and in others people used the Man-O-Phone as a platform that allowed them to participate in the performance.
released January 9, 2001
music: binya reches, aviad albert
cover design: binya reches
(originally released on FACT Records)
Throughout "Under," Dyani presents carefully-produced, soundscapes that, in one moment, invite the body to sway with echoing synths, whistles, claves and, in the next, pummel with waves of thumping hi-hats and bass. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 22, 2020