TAGS 'TAYLOR DEUPREE'

  • LIVE IN JAPAN, 2004

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    "Taylor Deupree + Christopher Willits Live In Japan, 2004 is the first release in 12k’s new Limited Series. Issued in a numbered edition of 500 cds, Live In Japan, 2004
  • STIL. (REISSUE)

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    "Stil. is the much anticipated follow-up to Taylor Deupree's critically acclaimed 2001 cd Occur (12k1013). Where Occur found itself exploring the non-repeating patterns of nature, inspired by the sounds of life outside of Deupree's Brooklyn studio, Stil. was initially inspired by the work of photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto, whose Seascapes images…"
  • NORTHERN

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    "The inspiration behind Northern (including its music, title and photography) comes from Deupree’s recent relocation from the heart of urban activity in Brooklyn to the tranquility of the forest in upstate New York. Inspired by nature and the winter during which it was created, Northern, like much of his recent…"
  • 1AM

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    "In the summertime, in the woods of New York State, the midnight insects can be at once serene and deafeningly loud. A field recording of this din of nighttime creatures was the inspiration and base for 1am. Dense, and often aggressive, 1am
  • REMIXES

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    "The Moskitoo remix cd is a 4-track single featuring remixes from Moskitoo's full length cd Drape (12k1041). Released as a limited edition of 500, the remix cd features "Wham & Whammy" remixes by Raster/Noton founder Frank Bretschneider and SND's Mark Fell. 12k's Taylor Deupree remixes "Skie" and the album version…"
  • THE SLEEPING MORNING

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    "The collaborative efforts of Athens native Savvas Ysatis and New Yorker Taylor Deupree were well known in the early and mid 1990s through their work as SETI, Futique, and Arc, as well as their soundtrack to Japanese architect Toyo Ito’s famed Tower of Winds building in Yokohama, Japan. After going…"
  • LIVE IN MELBOURNE

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    "One night in April, 2007, the beautiful city of Melbourne, Australia was host to a small gathering of sound-lovers and curious passers-by descending on the venerable Northcote Social Club for a night of subtle soundscaping by Oz-natives Solo Andata and Seaworthy and New Yorker Taylor Deupree, who was in Australia…"
  • NORTHERN (REISSUE)

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    "Due to continued demand for this title and the fact that the initial pressing of 1,500 copies sold out in less than 6 months, 12k is re-issuing Northern in an expanded package with re-mixed and re-mastered audio. the audio: Not content to merely order a re-pressing of the same masters…"
  • SEA LAST

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    "To order Sea Last, please view this PDF OF AVAILABLE IMAGES and purchase the edition in our online shop. In your PayPal order comments please let us know which original image you want in your book, or email us separately with the request. Ripples Of Sea Last The ocean asserts…"
  • LIVE1: MAPPING

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    "This release collects recordings of live performances by Taylor Deupree in Bern (CH), York (UK), Hiroshima & Yamaguchi (JP), as well as an unknown location. It focuses on the most quiet, drawn-out and linear moments of these concerts. Live1:Mapping is the first in a series of audio diaries that recollect…"
  • WEATHER & WORN

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    ""On one particularly cold and rainy winter day, tired and a bit down, I sat on my studio floor and surrounded myself with a pile of small instruments, my acoustic guitar, and my looping pedals. Pixel, one of my cats, was sleeping next to me as I began to create…"
  • BALANCE

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    "This is a digital-only reissue of the Balance CD originally released in 2002 by Mille Plateaux (DE). Balance is the first collaborative release from Frank Bretschneider (Berlin) and Taylor Deupree (Brooklyn). Both of these artists are no strangers to the ears of many; Taylor Deupree is one of New York's…"
  • .N

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    "This is a digital-only reissue of the P.N CD originally released in 2002 by Mille Plateaux/Ritornell (DE). For .N, graphic designer and electronic producer Taylor Deupree focuses on nanotechnology, the science concerned with impossibly miniscule molecules. The field not only converges several different areas of research (chemistry, biotechnology, computer engineering)…"
  • INVISIBLE ARCHITECTURE #8

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    "This is a digital-only reissue of the Invisible Architecture #8 CD originally released in 2002 by Sub Rosa Records (BE). This music grew out of a late November 2002 performance and studio improvisation in NYC. Deupree's Stil. and Willits' Folding, And The Tea had just been released on 12k, and…"
  • HOURGLASS (12” VINYL)

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    "Savvas Ysatis and Taylor Deupree were at it again in Deupree’s country studio, about two years after the creation of 2007’s The Sleeping Morning EP. They gave themselves one week to see what they could create with the studio as a blank canvas, and the two emerged with Hourglass, four…"
  • TAYLOR DEUPREE “UNSEEN” PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT

    NEWS

    "Taylor Deupree’s exhibit of Polaroid and instant-film photography in Tokyo from April 15-25th."
  • TAYLOR DEUPREE “SNOW (DUSK/DAWN)” PHOTOGRAPHS

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    "Snow (Dusk, Dawn) is an edition of 63 CDs and photographs presented at NADiff Gallery in Tokyo from April 15th to the 25th, 2010. Here is a PDF of all of the photographs in the edition. One original, black Polaroid and a color print of it’s original image come with…"
  • RICHARD CHARTIER: BLOW UP (2003)

    INTERVIEWS

    "Taylor Deupree and Richard Chartier are perhaps unessentialism's most notable contributors to the developments of the microscopic sound movement, and they are also North America's most prevalent participants in this otherwise European phenomenon. Notable for the advent of late-nineties ultra-minimalism, their releases on 12k and LINE are characterized by high-pitched frequencies, atonalities, and a very subdued assortment of mechanical interruptions and reconfigurations."
  • RICHARD CHARTIER: BALTIMORE CITY PAPER (2003)

    INTERVIEWS

    "Richard Chartier's midtown apartment is a neat freak's midcentury modernist dream. The cozy abode of the Baltimore-based sound artist and graphic designer is almost gallery immaculate, though not ascetic. It doesn't contain much, but what it does looks handpicked and well cared for. The abstract paintings hanging on his walls look placed by someone who cares how and where paintings are hung. Items on tables and countertops look placed just so, compositional elements on horizontal canvases. It's the sort of space Mies van der Rohe would go to kick up his heels."
  • RICHARD CHARTIER: ART FORUM (2003)

    INTERVIEWS

    "So, while the benches and speakers that populate Chartier and Taylor Deupree's recent installation specification.twelve, 2003, may recall the sculptural work of Judd or Robert Morris, their primary function is to reveal that fact that sound is directional and immersive."