January 6, 2021
Drawing on computer generated sounds, and avant-garde cello mutations.
Okkyung Lee and Florian Hecker have released a split album, titled Statistique Synthétique / Teum (the Silvery Slit), via Portraits GRM, with a vinyl release due this March.
Hecker’s Statistique Synthétique fuses computer-generated sound with resynthesized field recordings taken across Madeira, Aix-en-Provence, Vienna and beyond.
On the flip, Lee’s Teum (the Silvery Slit) takes us to a moment “where tectonic movements and shear stresses become music,” explains the label.
Statistique Synthétique / Teum (the Silvery Slit) follows Lee’s Yeo-Neun – one of our favourite albums of 2020 – as well as Hecker’s Inspection II LP.
Pre-order Statistique Synthétique / Teum (the Silvery Slit) here in advance of its 15th March release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.
1. Statistique Synthétique
1. Teum (the Silvery Slit)