4.15.2013

AWSER DERF
































"Ingen bryr seg lenger" +
"Qwerty v​.​2" + "Nedbryting"
Year:  2014
Country:  Catalonia  (Spain)
City:  Barcelona
Artist:  Sergi Saldaña Massó
Label:  Plasmodi rec.
Format:  net
Tracks:  13
Time:  93 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:    Noise     Drone     Glitch


























ACCORDING TO THE ARTIST : Born as "QWERTY" in 2006, was renamed shortly after the first release. Each recording has a slightly different musical orientation, but they all have a common feeling; exploring new sonic landscapes through sarcasm and darkness, but influenced also by the brightness and greatness of nature. All digital sales directly go to AWSER DERF funding future actions. Thank you all very much for your support.


















REVIEW : Sergi Saldaña Massó, owner and operator of "Plasmodi Records", has and had several bands and projects of very different genre from punk, metal or rock, to free jazz, ambient, glitch or pure harsh noise. One is AWSER DERF, an experimental project that mixed several musical styles like noise, ambient, drone or glitch. With AWSER DERF has already recorded 6 releases, most of them in Mp3 format and avaible totally free in different net-platforms like the 90´s classic: Archiveorg. or Bandcamp, Lastfm, etc. Maybe these releases have not an interesting or even spectacular artwork: no cover, no booklet, no postcards, etc. but my opinion is that an artist who wants to share totally free his cultural creation without money, limits, borders or laws... that´s mean something very positive. These facts and attitude reveal his personal opinions about concepts such as: propiety, money, culture, people or society. Just for his personal attitude... 10. Strictly musical it not disappoint at all: no track is similar to another but here we have a lot of diferences, noises, textures and landscapes. Some songs has just 2 or 3 minutes, but other 15 or even 20 minutes. AWSER DERF is without a doubt a party of glitch, a festival of noise srfgounds generated togethtter and highlighted on each of the 13 tracks. It’s about an hour and 30 minutes of this sort of glorious sonic spatial landscapse, and it’s both relaxing and concentrating after the disc ends. Congratulations to my compatriot.
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