[Eg0_215] Fred Marty : Après les Cendres

Fred Marty is a french musician born in 1970. After having studied classic doublebass, he focused on free improvisation and experimental music. He developed a personal language inspired by sounds of everyday life, expanding the known range of the doublebass by extended playing techniques and the use of various objects inserted between the strings.

He has also been playing electric bass in various contexts since his beginnings, and in the piece we release today : Après les cendres. This composition recorded in April 2019 is a study of resonances and long sounds created with a prepared electric bass.
Special thanks to Simonetta Parisi for the picture used on the artwork.

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Full album download links :Wav /Flac/Mp3Artwork
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More info about Fred Marty :

Official site
Bandcamp
Soundcloud

Very active in the free improvisation scene, he collaborates with artists in various disciplines : video, dance, readings.
He played with Yuko Oshima, Ai Watanabe, Birgitte Lyregaard, Yoko Arai, Frédéric Blondy, Edward Perraud, Itaru Oki, Claude Parle, Lê Quan Ninh, Roger Turner, Xavier Lopez, Michel Doneda, Sébastien Bouhana, Marcos Fernandes, Usui Yasuhiro, Alvise Sinivia, Michael Nick, Daunik Lazro, Isabelle Duthoit, Benoit Cancoin, Matsumoto Kenichi, Jean Marc Foussat, Yoko Arai, John Cuny, Jean Brice Godet, Alexandre Bellenger, Nush Werchowska, Mathieu Garrouste, Pascal Marzan, Cyprien Busolini, Nicolas Souchal, Deborah Walker, Patricia Bosshard, Francesco Pastacaldi, Richard Comte, Hideo Ikegami, Ugo Boscain, Kecap Tuyul and works with butô dancers Gyouhei Zaitsu, Maki Watanabe.
Since 2012, he is a member of contemporary ensemble ONCEIM.

 

Live : Beat Keller & Werner Puntigam / Fred Marty, Xavier Mussat et Kecap Tuyul (Le Zorba, 13/05/2019)

20190513 Keller-Puntigam

Lundi 13 mai 2019
Le Zorba
137 rue Faubourg du Temple, 75010 Paris
21H-23H
PAF : participation libre
Co-organisé avec Doxa Esta et Le Zorba
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Duo Beat Keller & Werner Puntigam

Beat Keller (feedbacker guitar)
“Guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and bandleader based in Winterthur, Switzerland and in Berlin. Beat Keller is amongst the important Swiss musicians in the field of experimental and improvised music. Through the exploration of extended playing techniques, guitar tunings and the use of an electric feedbacker guitar, he has developed a unique musical language. Beat Keller has played together with many major exponents of the Swiss and international scenes and performs regularly around the world at festivals and renowned concert venues. (…) Keller’s 10’s debut album won “Best Debut Release 2008 (worldwide)” awarded by the American magazine All About Jazz. Beat Keller is currently a member of the groups Cao-Keller-Siedl (VN, CH, AT), Rough Cave (CH), Bowee-Keller (CH), Tilo Weber’s Animate Repose (DE), Keller’s 10, Gunfire Orchestra (SA, NO, CH) as well as Jason Kahn // Beat Keller (US, CH).”
https://beatkeller.com

Werner Puntigam (trombone)
“Freelancing multidisciplinary artist in the fields of music (composition & improvisation / trombone, conch shell, voice & noises), visual arts (photography, video & graphic-design) and interdisciplinary performances & audio-visual installations.

WP, the improvising and composing musician (trombone, conch shell, voice, noises), called “the alchemist of the sounds” in a review, has founded several groups with outstanding line-ups and unique sound conceptions, and performs live from solo up to orchestra size. (…) Collaborations with well known fellow artists such as Joey Baron, Tom Cora, Joe Bowie, Hank Roberts, Han Bennink, Joëlle Léandre, Jon Rose, Oliver Mtukudzi, Stewart Sukuma, Malangatana, Shih-Yang Lee, Rabito Arimoto, Sakaki Mango, Akemi Takeya, Marta Binneti, Mookwon Kim, Ewald Oberleitner, Gabriele Mirabassi, Franz Hautzinger, Hope Masike, Josef Haslinger or Henning Mankell – to name but a few.”
https://www.ear-x-eye.info
http://www.youtube.com/user/wpntgm/videos

Trio Fred Marty, Xavier Mussat & Kecap Tuyul

Trio inédit de 3 improvisateurs ayant déjà joué ensemble dans d’autres contextes

Fred Marty : basse électrique
Xavier Mussat : guitare préparée
Kecap Tuyul : no-input mixer

Fred Marty & Kecap Tuyul

Xavier Mussat & Kecap Tuyul