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On her debut album Life is Sick, Marie Delprat musically explores the poems of Sylvia Plath. Distorted text fragments lurch over dark, industrial repetitions in five tracks, all of which paint an unusual, evocative sonic picture. A collection of various musical scenes and images, somber sonic atmospheres united on an analog object, a cassette, which in turn refers to the analog machines Marie Delprat used for the recordings.
The trained classical flutist has been discovering experimental electronics for herself for some time. And put them into unusual, performative formats: this is what happened with her program LIMBO, which Delprat developed last year with other musicians, stage designers and sound engineers and premiered at Dampfzentrale Bern.
It is as if there is almost no distance between our ear and the vocals on Dormant. David Koch practices minimalism on it, finding expression in the gaps of this world. It is an intimate pop album in the deconstruction of itself and sets up in this arrangement a musical state of mind that you can hardly escape.
David Koch is a multi-instrumentalist, shuttles as a guitarist between jazz formations and pop acts. In addition, he has made an international name for himself with his self-built electronic sound generators and effects. The album Dormant is his solo debut, on which he also dealt with lyrics for the first time.