Here

by TRIAC

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Dotflac From macroscopic exhaling layers of frequencies to subatomic micro-events of muffled textures, Here is a music coming out from nowhere and spreading everywhere.

Unsourcable drones entail an omnidirectional body response, leaving no other choice to the mind but to float in endless curls of decaying melodies, ultimately seeking redemption into a hazy heaven for forgotten sounds.

There is no intent to take you to a particular place or moment, as these shaded sine curves live in the here and now. Favorite track: here part IV.
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Nathan Duin If there is better music being made currently, I have not located it. Ben fatto Triac. Favorite track: here part II.
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Triac is a trio project led by Rossano Polidoro of former duo TU M’ whose beautiful 2009 sold out LINE release Monochromes Vol.1 (LINE_040) garnered great acclaim.

The follow up to their 2015 album 'Days'(LINE_071) is 'Here'.

For listeners who appreciate the works of Celer, William Basinski, and Stephan Mathieu.

TRIAC is a discrete electronic music trio formed in the end of 2011. Their work also encompasses audiovisual art installations about the relations between sound/space atmospheres and natural elements. Their first album in a room was released in 2014 on Russian label Mikroton.


music composed and perfomed by Triac in 2015-2016.

Rossano Polidoro (of TU M’): laptop
Marco Seracini: piano, synth
Augusto Tatone: electric bass

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released November 11, 2016

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Richard Chartier's LINE publishes editions documenting compositional & installation works by international sound artists & composers exploring the aesthetics of minimalism.

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