Krom Monster 12" Remixes

by David Gunn

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Selected Remixes From The Krom Monster CD a collaboration between David Gunn and Living Arts Cambodia

And a review of the original cd says the following


The electronic treatment and experimental approach to the track construction gives the album a unique quality, dispelling any concerns that this is 'world' music. In fact, this album refreshingly turns any expectations you might have on their head, and establishes itself as modern experimental music from the off.

The second half of 'Chapei' for example could well be a Pantha Du Prince track, with its minimal pulsing gongs and chimes. Field recordings of rain, and the slightly discordant sounds from the tro san and ksae diew on 'Khmer Storm' create a knife edge tension, with obvious historical reference giving a weight and context to the haunting track. 'Different Buildings' is the most heavily processed of the pieces, with a thick electronic sound running throughout, the hollow sounding roneat aek providing contrast.
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released August 30, 2013

David Gunn
Krom Monster
Cambodia Living Arts
Metal Postcard Records

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