Supernatural Troubadours

by Triax

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Overture 06:58
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Antipodean 03:44
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Yin & Yang 08:08
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Aztec 04:44
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Troll 06:57
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Carpathia 04:33
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Opus Avantra 22:01

about

With Triax becoming a mini-orchestra, this is full of contradictions and unlikely instrumental collisions, with all attempts at musical definition thrown out of the window. So, how about: baroque folk meets electronica head-on, industrial meets classical, synth/meditation meets Tibetan rock at a free jazz concert, Krautrock meets Aboriginal dreamtime? It's possibly all and none of these!
By the way, who of you out there can identify Steve's vocal tribute to Achim Reichel's "Die Grüne Reise"? To know what I mean, you'll have to buy the CD - of course!

credits

released October 2, 2010

All material created spontaneously by Triax.
Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Knighton Fields Leicester, 20 August 2006.
A direct digital recording, with mix and collage by Alan Freeman, 21-30 August 2006.

Alan Freeman: guitar, guitar-synth, keyboards, samples, laptop computer, violin, percussion, wind chimes, voice.
Steve Freeman: bass, voice, tapes, loops, turntable, prepared sounds, analogue synths, acoustic CD, cymbal, hacksaw.
Dave Powell: hurdy-gurdy, violin, cello, flute, alto saxophone, trumpet, tenor recorder, oboe, bells, etc.

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Triax Leicester, UK

Born out of the Extremities project, in a sense, in 2003 Triax couples Alto Stratus with the strangely processed hurdy-gurdy of Dave Powell, for a unique new hybrid. Dave added many more instruments to his repertoire since, and Triax can vary from ambient drone, via systemic, dirge and raga/folk hybrids on to psychedelic rock, Krautrock and eclectic avant-garde. ... more

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