Stephan Crump/Ingrid Laubrock/Cory Smythe - Planktonic Finales

Stephan Crump/Ingrid Laubrock/Cory Smythe - Planktonic Finales - Intakt Records

Lineup

Stephan Crump (double bass), Ingrid Laubrock (soprano & tenor saxophones), Cory Smythe (piano)

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1. With Eyes Peeled 5:49
2. Tones for Climbing Plants 7:04
3. Sinew Modulations 11:46
4. Through the Forest 3:56
5. A House Alone 2:42
6. Three-Panel 6:11
7. Submerged (Personal) Effects 3:40
8. Pulse Memory 2:26
9. Bite Bright Sunlight 1:51
10. As if in Its Throat 4:07
11. Inscribed in Trees 3:45

Stephan Crump/Ingrid Laubrock/Cory Smythe - Planktonic Finales: release info

Intakt Records

Music by Stephan Crump, Ingrid Laubrock and Cory Smythe. 
Recorded August 13, 2015,
 at Oktaven Audio, Yonkers, NY, by Ryan Streber. 
Mixed by Stephan Crump at The Butler Plaza, Brooklyn, NY. Mastered by Liberty Ellman at 4D Studios, Brooklyn, NY.
Cover art and graphic design: Jonas Schoder. Liner notes: Christoph Wagner. 
Photos: Richard A. Ingebrigtsen (Plankton), Stephan Crump & Ingrid Laubrock (Musicians). 
Produced by
 Stephan Crump, Ingrid Laubrock, Cory Smythe, and Intakt Records, Patrik Landolt.
Published by Intakt Records.


Intakt CD 285 / 2017

Music by Stephan Crump, Ingrid Laubrock and Cory Smythe. 
Recorded August 13, 2015,
 at Oktaven Audio, Yonkers, NY, by Ryan Streber. 
Mixed by Stephan Crump at The Butler Plaza, Brooklyn, NY. Mastered by Liberty Ellman at 4D Studios, Brooklyn, NY.
Cover art and graphic design: Jonas Schoder. Liner notes: Christoph Wagner. 
Photos: Richard A. Ingebrigtsen (Plankton), Stephan Crump & Ingrid Laubrock (Musicians). 
Produced by
 Stephan Crump, Ingrid Laubrock, Cory Smythe, and Intakt Records, Patrik Landolt.
Published by Intakt Records.


Intakt CD 285 / 2017

Release date:
Worldwide: February 17, 2017

 

from the liner notes by Christoph Wagner:

"Over long periods, the music seemed to play itself. Long notes and exciting arcs set the tone for a sound which can appear introvert, sometimes almost meditative. Variation and contrast are provided by more expressive outbursts from the saxophone, interspersed with rippling piano cascades or hammered, staccato bursts of Morse code. Deep down the powerful bass thunders on. Fascinating sensory illusions emerge. When listening back to the recordings, at times even the musicians were no longer sure if what they were hearing came from sax or from bowed bass."