In SONUS EORUM, which started as a noise music studio project in Berlin 2020, Mathieu Sylvestre involves recorded sounds and loops but he also live-records, loops and transforms Leander Reininghaus' rerouted direct instrument tones, which are used as a source of objective material in order to create a geometric response to the original sound flow.
Mathieu Sylvestre is a French noise musician who works with loopers, instruments and field recordings.
Leander Reininghaus is a German musician and livelooping instrumentalist.
The releases presented here are the audio works of SONUS
EORUM's ongoing studio sessions.
This is the 4th installment, recorded October 26, 2020 in Berlin.
Created in partnership with the Canadian noisemakers, the late legend's final collaborative LP enshrines his ability to lift joint ventures into otherworldly territory. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 8, 2021
And yet another breathtaking adventurous approach of Markus Reuter (as always with great collaborators) to the fine art of progressive music. Mind you, I'm a big fan of what should be (and is) called retro prog, but if you're looking for something really progressive, don't look for, say, Wobbler (I love them!), but probably in this direction ;-) Carsten Pieper