released June 7, 2014
A Espiral de Bukowski (AEdB) is a Brazilian duo making what we call "on the spot music" (or something like experimental drone, noise, psychedelic, kraut, dub, electronic, improvisation driven music)
a project conceived during the last days of 2011 and born during the first days of 2012, by Cesar Zanin and Mariana Cetra.
The first incarnation of the project was all acoustic (ac guitar, ukulele, accordion, tambourine, melodica, flute, small percussion).
The EP Temas entre Ilhabela e Sao Tome das Letras -‐ 12/2011, was recorded on the first day of 2012 in a hostel room.
Then AEdB became more and more experimental.
Now the duo uses accordion, melodica, small percussion, live programming, effects, frequency and tone manipulation, sampling, loops, full of effects keyboard, all with sweet melodies buried under.
There are no rehearsals.
Gigs and recording sessions always bring new pieces of music.
In 2013 they released a handmade-‐cover 7” vinyl record (split with the band Glassbox), while toured South America, playing 11 shows in about 3 weeks through Chile, Uruguay and Southern Brazil – all DIY. The material from the recording session for the vinyl became the mini-‐album Primeira Sessão no Walden 2013-‐01-‐22.
There were also two albums in collaboration, with Al Jamal (from Los Angeles, USA) and with A Full Cosmic Sound (from Santiago, Chile).
The first full album was released late in 2013 and is called Estranheza, Encanto e Outras Partículas Elementares do Éter que o Vácuo Peidou.
In 2014 there are two releases scheduled:
A split album between AEdB and A Full Cosmic Sound, to be released by O Bosque/Woodland recordings, on limited edition cassette (produced in England).
The second full album, called B1620-25i .
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