Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Based in the middle of a woodland in the sparse countryside of Co Leitrim, Ireland, the core trio that make up Woven Skull (alongside an extended family of guests and collaborators) explore the limits of repetition, minimal instrumentation and free improvisation that stretches the breadth between delicate silences and harsh cacophony with continuously retaining traditional elements of song and musicality. On this release, which was recorded in SARC in Queen’s University Belfast, the group used the vast acoustics of the theatre (designed by Stockhausen) to push the of flute, mandola, viola, percussion, guitar and synth into improvised pieces of light melodies and blasts or ecstatic noise.
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