[CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

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[CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

Post by scooby » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:18 am



b1/b2
Support to this guy from Berlin. I dont know him personally, but his music speaks words to my soul. Got to know him from this set, probably the set of my year for me:
https://soundcloud.com/nightclubber-ro/ ... 0-4march16

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Re: [CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

Post by elDice » Mon Nov 14, 2016 2:03 pm

Truly great, this one. Full suport

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Re: [CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

Post by Maldomusic » Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:24 pm

great record... I want it


Christopher Ledger presents CL-0.0, an independent EP released in November by the artist himself, that’s intended to be distributed only in physical record stores & Discogs (). The tracks are co-produced with Soms and were already featured several times by kingpins such as Petre Inspirescu or Herodot.

Christopher worked with the same formula that served him so well on 2015’s Seventh Orphism EP; only the playground has changed, creating a label that wears entirely his signature: that is combining electronics with elegiac string arrangements and subtle field recordings.
Vinyl opener “Untitled 5” evokes a sense of reverie, introducing the listener into atmospherics that slowly unfurl like an early morning fog along the waterline. Fragments of voices drift through the track, barely audible but smoothly adding yet another layer of eeriness to the orchestration. Side B starts with one of the EP’s stirring moments, due to the manner in which the piano and French inciting vocals float around each other on “Any Homothety is invertible”. The speech closes with a mournful piano tune and seems the soundtrack of a walk in the French Riviera soaked in rain. The dense arrangements on this one may require more than one listen to peel back all the layers – and that’s truly delightful. The journey continues with “Nort”, an eight-minute piece of cinematic sounds, fusing the clattering beats and drumming games from the surface with darker lower tones, overall building an emotional depth that pays off handsomely during the song’s climax twist.
Ledger is a spirit that prefers the experimental to the expected — not necessarily trying to blow your mind with the audio experiments as much as suggesting a sacred place to escape from the surrounding reality. The outcome is taking the audience on a classical avant-gardist journey, its roots lying in the artists’ shared love for a cinematic sonic landscape.

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Re: [CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

Post by davrosji » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:18 pm

pretty stoked to have a copy of this one >
keep it simple.

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Re: [CL-0.0] Christopher Ledger ‎– CL-0.0

Post by pheek » Sun Dec 11, 2016 5:30 am

he is a very gifted producer to follow!

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