Album, field recordings
Team Solo
Status Out (self-produced)
Year 2021

I’ve always loved the color green.

The piece is based on a 42 minutes-long improvisation in D that consists in 3 similar but unsynchronized loops, thus creating a potentially infinite random pattern. Those loops where modified several times during the recording process : slowed down half speed, back to normal, up twice the speed, and/or reversed.
Like a landscape that is always similar to itself, but at the same time always different, seamlessly changing. Or like a walk in such a landscape.
This background is cut into 12 tracks to which are added field recordings, like postcards, or like still frame single sequence shots. They were recorded in several places between 2015 and 2020. The field recordings are like figures, specific events that occur on the background.
This album is a tribute to Ambient Music, New-Age and 環境音楽 [Kankyō Ongaku]. Just another attempt to build a contemplation space, to provide a slowed down time. Paradoxically, a certain sense of nature retrieved through technology.

01 – 00:00.000 – 04:17.423 Tumiac, France, 2020. Spring I.
02 – 04:17.423 – 08:48.540 Rio De Janeiro, 2015. Sounds I.
03 – 08:48.540 – 13:31.330 Tumiac, France, 2020. Higher Laws I.
04 – 13:31.330 – 18:04.149 Signy, France, 2020. House-Warming.
05 – 18:04.149 – 23:27.268 Tumiac, France, 2015. Solitude I.
06 – 23:27.268 – 26:15.026 Le Poulguin, France, 2019. The Pond In Winter.
07 – 26:15.026 – 28:09.305 Tumiac, France, 2015. Solitude II.
08 – 28:09.305 – 32:07.104 Kyōto, Japan, 2016. The Ponds.
09 – 32:07.104 – 34:15.504 Tumiac, France, 2020. Higher Laws II.
10 – 34:15.504 – 36:06.507 Rio De Janeiro, 2015. Sounds II.
11 – 36:06.507 – 38:49.979 Tumiac, France, 2020. Spring II.
12 – 38:49.979 – 99:99.999 Tumiac, France, 2020. Where I Lived, and What I Lived For. 

Thanks to Zoé Bouteleux & Manuel Devier for their technical support on photo editing.