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in a rain forest of moments. the eye hears what the ear sees. through each moment of karin johansson’s and finn loxbo’s music runs the firm conviction that all points and layers of sound – in true democratic spirit, carry the same weight. or lightness. as precise as scattered bird calls may be crucial to the totality and the outcome of the drama as a whole, as cautiously do they take care of the phrased line by being extremely exact with the gaps and the charged rest, where that very thing appears in just the right moment. an archetypical weave of strings being pulled and plucked further into our audible and visible listening. as a natural relief, the metal tongues from the accordion emerge and end up in new weightless states together with electronics and space. to suddenly whirl on in a dance for prepared piano and guitar that later just disappears out in the impossible where everything before was possible for thirty-one minutes and one second.
– Sten Sandell, Stockholm, May 2018
LUFT (MATS GUSTAFSSON / ERWAN KERAVEC)
Volume One/Inhale LP/CD (MLR 021)
Volume One is focusing on the interaction between the two persons/instruments – with a huge variety in extended techniques and various ways of treating the instruments – leading to an improvised music never heard of.
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