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Boris Savoldelli / Elliott Sharp: Protoplasmic

Read "Protoplasmic" reviewed by Nic Jones

Boris Savoldelli doesn't even occupy the same rarefied territory as Phil Minton when it comes to free vocalizing. Instead, he carves out his own niche through his use of various electronic manipulations. However, it's guitarist Elliott Sharp's input that makes all the difference on Protoplasmic. “Prelude To Biocosmo Pt. One" could almost be a comment on ...

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Boris Savoldelli / Elliott Sharp: Protoplasmic

Read "Protoplasmic" reviewed by John Kelman

In the realm of free improvisation and even more structured pursuits, the limits of the human voice are being tested and expanded more than ever before by artists including Norwegians Sidsel Endresen and her groundbreaking One (Sofa, 2007), and Maja Ratkje with her equally innovative River Mouth Echoes (Tzadik, 2008). Italian singer Boris Savoldelli may have ...


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